On remedies against the decision of the agricultural administration body passed in land auction proceedings
- The land auction proceedings of the agricultural administration body do not fall under the scope of Act No. LIII of 1994 on Judicial Enforcement and therefore, as a rule, the legal remedy specified therein may not be availed of against the proceedings of that body.
- If the bailiff fails to notify the agricultural administration body contacted with a view to auctioning a land of the fact that the conditions for the auction are not met, the person entitled to do so may lodge an enforcement objection against the bailiff's unlawful act or omission. The objection shall be determined in civil noncontentious proceedings by the court having ordered the enforcement.
- The lawfulness of the auction proceedings of the agricultural administration body, in particular the call for auction, the publication of the auction notice, the conduct of the auction proceedings and the decisions in the auction report, may be challenged in an administrative lawsuit. Where, based on an enforcement objection, the court having ordered the enforcement has established an omission by the plaintiff constituting a violation of the law, the legal consequences of such violation will be drawn in the administrative lawsuit.