La jurisprudencia como fuente del derecho administrativo en Colombia
Salazar Rosero, Jonnathan Yesid
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This article carried out the analysis on the use of jurisprudence as a source of law in Colombia, making a brief historical account of the figure in the positive law of our country, subsequent to which, the new interpretation of article 230 of our Constitution, made by the Constitutional Court in different years, was revised until the material concept of application of judicial precedent was revised, both by the bodies of administration of justice, and by the public authorities within the framework of its competence. Subsequently, the relationships of jurisprudence with the general principles of law such as those of legality, equality, legal certainty, legitimate expectations and good faith were examined and finally, the application of jurisprudence as an essential element in the system of sources of Colombian administration and administrative law and the possible consequences of not applying judicial precedent for public officials and for judicial authorities.