Administrative Law: Text and Materials

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Oxford University Press, 2017 - Administrative law - 796 pages
Administrative Law Text and 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 bestfeatures of a textbook and a casebook.Rather than simply presenting administrative law as a straightforward body of legal rules, this engaging, critical text considers the subject as an expression of underlying constitutional and other policy concerns, which fundamentally shape the relationship between the citizen and the state. Theresult is a fascinating account of a subject of crucial importance.Online Resource Centre:The book is supported by online an Online Resource Centre, offering the following useful resources:* Updates which cover all the legal developments since publication* "Oxford NewsNow" RSS feeds provide constantly refreshed links to the latest relevant new stories* Interactive timeline of key dates in British political history* Annotated web links
 

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Contents

1 Introductory Matters
1
2 Jurisdiction
33
3 The Status of Unlawful Administrative Action
82
4 The Scope of Public Law Principles
114
5 Retention of Discretion
160
6 Legitimate Expectations
187
7 Abuse of Discretion I
235
8 Abuse of Discretion II
262
12 Remedies
438
13 The Judicial Review Procedure
467
14 Restriction of Remedies
500
15 Liability of Public Authorities
582
16 Delegated Legislation
666
17 Inquiries
694
18 Statutory Tribunals
724
19 Ombudsmen
754

9 Bias Impartiality and Independence
316
10 Procedural Fairness
365
11 Giving Reasons for Decisions
415

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About the author (2017)

Mark Elliott is Professor of Public Law at the University of Cambridge. He is also the author of the popular blog www.publiclawforeveryone.com which offers his personal views on all the key developments in public law. Jason N. E. Varuhas is Associate Professor at the University ofMelbourne.

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