Housing homeless persons: administrative law and the administrative process

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Clarendon Press, May 1, 1995 - Law - 379 pages
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The homelessness legislation has prompted a vast amount of litigation; its many discretionary terms are encrusted with a substantial growth of case law. This work examines the extent to which such case law affects the way in which the act is implemented by local authorities. Do government administrators take any notice of administrative law? Do courts control the behavior of local authorities? The author suggests the answer to both questions is "no", a situation which has serious implications for both the legality and legitimacy of the government process.

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Contents

Legal Control of Administrative Discretion?
270
Welfare Rights Law and Discretion Revisited
303
References
351
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About the author (1995)

Ian Loveland is senior lecturer in law at Queen Mary and Westfield College in the University of London.