This article describes the differences between Constitutional Law and Administrative Law.
- Constitutional law is genus.
- Constitutional law deals with various organs of the state.
- It deals with the structure of the state.
- It is the highest law.
- It gives the guidelines with regard to the general principles relating to organization and powers of organs of the state, and their relations between citizens and towards the state. It touches almost all branches of laws in the country.
- It also gives the guidelines about the international relations.
- Administrative law is a species of constitutional law.
- It deals with those organs as in motion.
- It deals with the functions of the state.
- It is subordinate to constitutional law.
- It deals in details with the powers and functions of administrative authorities.
- It does not deal with international law. It deals exclusively the powers and functions of administrative authorities.