PRIVATE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. THE PROPOSAL OF A NEW
Distinction of the set of norms called ,,private administrative law” is conditioned by the recognition that the theorem on the public-law affiliation of administrative law is of typological relevance, not of classification relevance — in every branch of law (also in administrative law) it is possible to distinguish, in various proportions, norms of public and private law. The norms of private administrative law set the legal framework for public administration to use forms of activity that traditionally belong to private law in a way that prevents “escape to private law”, fusing private-law forms of activity and public-law protective measures. Public procurement law is presented as a model area of legal regulation within the scope of private administrative law.