Beatson, Matthews and Elliott's Administrative Law Text and Materials

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OUP Oxford, Jan 27, 2011 - Law - 744 pages
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Beatson, Matthews and Elliott's Administrative Law Text & Materials combines carefully selected extracts from key cases, articles, and other sources with detailed commentary. Aimed at undergraduates studying administrative law, it provides comprehensive coverage of the subject and brings together in one volume the best features of a textbook and a casebook. Administrative law is presented in this book as the expression of a set of deeper constitutional and other policy concerns which fundamentally shape the relationship between the individual and the state, rather than simply as a body of legal rules which regulates that relationship. Online Resource Centre This book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre, which includes bi-annual updates to the text, and a list of useful web links.
 

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Contents

1 Introductory Matters
1
2 Jurisdiction
33
3 The Status of Unlawful Administrative Action
79
An Introduction
110
5 The Scope of Public Law Principles
115
6 Retention of Discretion
155
7 Legitimate Expectations
179
8 Abuse of Discretion I
222
12 Giving Reasons for Decisions
391
13 Remedies
413
14 The Judicial Review Procedure
437
15 Restriction of Remedies
462
16 Liability of Public Authorities and Crown Proceedings
533
17 Delegated Legislation
621
18 Inquiries
650
19 Statutory Tribunals
679

9 Abuse of Discretion II
243
10 The Rule Against Bias
292
11 Procedural Fairness
342
20 Ombudsmen
708
Index
737
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Mark Elliott is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge. Sir Jack Beatson FBA is a Justice of the High Court, Queen's Bench Division, and former Rouse Ball Professor of English Law, University of Cambridge. Martin Matthews isan Emeritus Fellow of University College, Oxford. He is also an Academic Consultant at 1 Crown Office Row, Temple, and a Door Tenant at St Philips Chambers, Birmingham.

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