Butterworths Tutorial Series - Administrative Law
|Author(s) :||Douglas, R|
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|Format :||Academic, Softcover|
|Published :||April, 2004|
The aim of Administrative Law is to simplify this complex area of law by highlighting the principles, practices and institutions that provide mechanisms for the supervision, regulation and structuring of the exercise of the executive power of the government. The text focuses on Commonwealth law, but reference is made to State and Territory law where it is significantly different. The book highlights the core areas of administrative law, merits and judicial review.
* The Form and Nature of Merits Review Systems
* Merits Review: Procedure
* The Judicial Reviewability of Administrative Action
* Access to Judicial Review
* Rule-Making and Administrative Powers
* Discretionary Powres
* Judicial Review of the Merits?
* The Implication of Procedural Fairness
* The Rules of Procedural Fairness
* Relief for Unlawful Action
* Understanding Decisions: The Right to Reasons
* Freedom of Information
* The Ombudsman
* Other Procedures for Controlling Administrative Behaviour
* Choice of Forum
Roger Douglas is an Associate Professor and Director, Honours, Research and Graduate Studies at the School of Law at La Trobe University.