The so-called administrative law refers to the general name of the legal norms of the various relations between the administrative subject and the administrative counterpart and the administrative legal supervision subject in the process of exercising administrative powers and accepting administrative legal supervision, as well as the various relations within the administrative subject. Administrative law consists of administrative organization law regulating the establishment of administrative subject and administrative power, administrative act law regulating the exercise of administrative power, administrative procedure law regulating the operation procedure of administrative power, administrative supervision law regulating the supervision of administrative power and administrative relief law. Its focus is to control and standardize the administrative power and protect the legitimate rights and interests of the administrative counterpart. Administrative law is the general term of legal norms regulating administrative relations. Further, administrative law is the general name of legal norms regulating administrative relations, such as administrative organizations, functions and powers, ways and procedures of exercising functions and powers, and supervision over the exercise of administrative functions and powers.