Constitutional and administrative law in New Zealand
Reference text for law students and practitioners current to October 1992. Includes a comprehensive appendix which reproduces the statutes relevant to public law, as well as tables of cases and statutes, and an index. The author teaches law at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Simultaneously published in paperback.
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Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
The Study of the New Zealand Constitution
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Administrative Law application appointed assent Attorney-General Auckland Australia authorised authority Bill of Rights Board breach British by-law Cabinet Civil claim clause colony Commission Commissioner common law Commonwealth Constitution Act 1852 Constitution Act 1986 convention Cooke Corporation Court of Appeal Crown decision declaration delegated doctrine duty election enacted established exercise functions Governor Governor-General grant held High Court Ibid Imperial Judicature Amendment Act judicial review jurisdiction land legislature Letters Patent Lord Denning Lord Diplock ment ministerial Official Information Ombudsmen Parlia Parliament parliamentary party person political prerogative Prime Minister principles privilege Privy Council procedures proceedings question recognised refused regulations repeal Report Royal rule of law Secretary Section sovereign sovereignty Standing Orders Statute of Westminster statutory power Treaty of Waitangi United Kingdom unreported Waitangi Tribunal Wellington writ Zealand Bill Zealand Constitution Act Zealand Constitution Amendment Zealand Maori Council Zealand Parliament