On November 27, 2000, the Supreme Court decided the case "Aedo v Fisco", which set an important precedent regarding the understanding that traditional doctrine and case law had regarding public law nullity and its scope. After two decades, the question arises regarding the validity of this line of cases. Based on the examination of ten subsequent cases, a brief analysis of the new contours that the Supreme Court has set out regarding the general regime of the action for public law annulment is presented. In light of the evidence provided by the rulings, the author questions the validity of this action as a general mechanism for protecting the rights of the administered, noting the troublesome state of national administrative litigation.


Administrative Law Supreme Court Administrative Litigation Case law Public Law Nullity Administrative Justice Aedo v Treasury