Constitutional law is a body of law which focuses on the role, structure and power of different bodies within a nation which are the executive, the legislative and the judiciary power.
Not all the nations have a codified constitution; however, these states own a jus commune or law of the land which consists of different rules, including customary law, statutory law conventions, and international rules and norms.
Constitutional law deals with the principles the government uses to exercise its authority. Usually, these rules are related to particular government powers such as the power to tax and spend for the population well-being. As well as this, constitutional principles put limits on what the government can do.
In modern time, constitutional law is the at the base of nationalism and focuses on the protection of the individual rights. The protection of the human rights has become an important point for supranational institution since the 20th century.
Administrative law is the body of law which focuses on the actions of administrative agencies of government. These activities can be rulemaking, determination and administration of specific regulatory plans.
This type of law is a branch of public law and deals with the decision taken by administrative units or governments. As well as this, it focuses on aspects such as police law, international trade, taxation, immigration, transport and the environment.
Administrative law has started its expansion and growth during the 20th century, as legislative entities have created more governmental agencies to deal with the social, economic and political areas of human interactions.
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