|Forms of European multi-level administration show an increased „defibration“ of the state through a shift of functioning onto the European level, onto other transnationally acting member states and onto the level of social self-organisation. At the same time a new “complexity” is to be observed in the form of a multi-level administrative procedure. The rather ad hoc found solutions need a common structuring under constitutional law. On the one hand this is valid for the question which administrative task belongs to which level and on the other hand for the organisational design of its levels and their combination in multi-level procedures. This article develops measures under constitutional law of allocation and legitimation of disperse authority of administration and applies them to the existing designs.
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