Garner's Administrative Law
Garner's Administrative Law is widely regarded as providing a comprehensive account of the basic principles of administrative law, and explains these principles with clarity and authority. In addition to discussing the judicial review of administrative action, it contains much material on theinstitutions and processes of central and local government, delegated legislation, tribunals and inquiries and the various Ombudsmen.
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Institutions of government
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