Silencio administrativo positivo
David Giraldo, Angie Vanessa
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Sentence C-1436 of 2000 maintains that "The Administrative Act is the manifestation of the Administration, aimed at producing legal effects, either by creating, modifying or extinguishing rights for the administered or against them." Administrative silence occurs with the omission by the Administration by not responding to requests duly established by citizens, when these responses must be given in the terms expressly indicated by law. In such a way, that in the face of the lack of action or express manifestation of the Public Administration, when petitions are raised in the terms established in Article 15 of Law 1437 of 2011, there is the possibility that positive effects are generated in favor of the petitioner. Thus, our legal system contemplates the possibility that administrative acts arise in what has been called "Positive Administrative Silence", giving rise to what the doctrine has defined as a fictional or presumed act.