Henriette N. Tøssebro
In Norwegian law, "omgjøring" (reversal) denotes the situation when an administrative body alter or revoke an administrative decision. If the reversal has not been prompted by a timely appeal, the decision may still be subject to review under the Administration Act § 35, if, inter alia, the first decision is invalid, if it has not reached the addressee, or in the alternative, if the change does not detriment the person in which the decision initially favours. My doctoral project involves an analysis on
- the rules on reversal, including the impact of new facts and the citizen's negligence
- the administration's competences and/or duties to reverse a former decision
- the legal consequences and retroactive effect of the reversal
For more information, please visit http://www.jus.uio.no/ior/personer/vit/henrient/ (in Norwegian).