Administrative Law: Cases and Materials

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Clarendon Press, 1989 - Administrative law - 881 pages
This administrative law sourcebook, which can be used as a companion to Wade's Administrative Law (the leading text in the field), has been designed to cater for Administrative Law courses in which judicial control of the administration forms a central core. In order to illustrate the general principles of administrative law, the authors have selected material which they consider useful in evaluating doctrines imposed by the courts, suggestions for reforms, the relative utility of judicial review and other methods of control.

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Contents

THE LEGAL NATURE OF POWERS
3
SOURCES OF POWER
11
EXPRESS REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS
39
Copyright

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