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Decreto como Acto Administrativo

Magistrada Luz María Anaya Domínguez*

RESUMEN: El presente trabajo tiene por objeto analizar al decreto como acto administrativo desde un punto de vista formal y que al Poder Ejecutivo le permite llevar a cabo las funciones que le han sido encomendadas con su utilización. Sin embargo realizando un análisis más profundo debe distinguirse de los decretos-ley (mismos que son realmente un acto legislativo delegado) de los otros decretos en los que se cumple una función de administración, esta diferencia se analiza y clarifica en este estudio, también se aborda la competencia que fue asignada al Tribunal Federal de Justicia Fiscal y Administrativa para conocer de las impugnaciones a decretos emitidos por el ejecutivo federal.

Decree as Administrative Act

Magistrate Luz María Anaya Domínguez*

ABSTRACT: The purpose of this article is to analyze the decree as an administrative act from a formal point of view that allows the Executive Power to achieve its entrusted functions with its application. However, making a deeper analysis, the decree-laws should be distinguished (which are in fact a delegate legislative act) from the other decrees, where an administrative function takes place. This difference is analyzed and clarified in this research. It also addresses the competence assigned to the Federal Tax and Administrative Court (Tribunal Federal de Justicia Fiscal y Administrativa) in order to learn about the objections to decrees pronounced by the Federal Executive.

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*Maestra en Derecho por la UNAM.

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*N del T: Though the term magistrate is not equivalent, since it does not have the same connotation as in the U.S.; whereas in Mexico a magistrado is a high-ranking judicial officer who most probably has already serve as a trial judge, in the U.S. a magistrate is a lower-ranking judicial officer, such as justice of the peace who has many but not all the powers and duties of a regular judge and who is appointed by judges of federal courts