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Extraordinary review

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General information
Ministry:Ministry of Culture.
Type of procedure:Review of acts.
Procedure:Extraordinary review
Object:To review firm acts in the administrative channel. This extraordinary appeal can only be used in the cases provided for in article 118.1 of Law 30/1992.
Legislation:Law 30/1992 of 26 November of the Legal Regime of Public Administrations and Common Administrative Procedures amended by Law 4/1999 of 13 January, articles 107 to 115, 118 and 119.
Initiation method:At the request of the interested party, in accordance with article 110 of Law 30/1992 and through the virtual office - Online Register - of the Ministry of Culture (, if you have a fully valid electronic signature certificate.
Period for lodging appeal:In accordance with the procedure on which it is based: In the case of Procedure 1 in article 118.1, four years from the day after notification or publication of the contested decision or, in the case of all other procedures in said article, three months counting from the date knowledge of the documents is provided or the date the judicial ruling was passed.
Ruling body for the procedure:The same body that ruled on the contested act.
Maximum time period for making a decision and notification:Three months.
If a decision is not reached within the time period:Case dismissal.
Legislation governing administrative silence:Law 30/1992 of 26 November of the Legal Regime of Public Administrations and the Common Administrative Procedure (Spanish Official State Gazette number 285, 27 November 1992), amended by Law 4/1999 of 13 January (Spanish Official State Gazette number 12, 14 January 1999).
End of the procedure:The resolution of the procedure brings the administrative channel to a conclusion.

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