Conflicts of competence between the executive and the judiciary

Another type of competence conflict the special panel is called upon to decide is between the judiciary (in a broad sense, including civil as well as administrative judiciary) and the executive (i.e. state administration, territorial or professional self-governing bodies). The decision as to which power is competent to decide in an individual case, albeit formally binding only to the parties of the dispute, enjoys a broad authority and is de facto of a precedential nature.