This book is the first to present the general Liechtenstein administrative law in its entirety. Constitutional issues (legal sources, interpretation, legality, equality of rights) are also dealt with in detail. In its legislation and jurisprudence, Liechtenstein was strongly influenced by its two neighbouring States. For this reason, this book not only covers the entire published and partially unpublished case law of the Liechtenstein courts of public law, but also Austrian and Swiss - together with German - case law. The highly comparative component of this book is based not least on the pronounced comparative law jurisprudence of the Liechtenstein courts. For the Liechtenstein lawyer, but also for the interested foreign reader, the book is an indispensable and reliable reference work. The detailed subject index provides access to the relevant judgments, decisions, and literature.