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Craig Administrative Law
Craig Administrative Law
8th Edition
ISBN:  9780414055681
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  23 Sep 2016
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Administrative Law provides a detailed and clear examination of what is a conceptually difficult area of law. Craig’s thorough and contextual approach to the subject has prompted thought, discussion and understanding amongst all those interested in the subject. Craig highlights the central issues of each topic area, providing a grounding in the themes covered, before moving forward with a more detailed look at each aspect of the subject, making this an invaluable text for students and academics alike.
CONTENTS
Part 1: The Administrative System; The nature and purpose of administrative law; the administrative system: an historical perspective; Parliament and the Executive; agencies and non-departmental Public bodies; contract and service provision; Local Government; Devolution; Wales; information, standards and complaints; tribunals and inquiries; European Union; a case study: competition and regulation; 

Part 2: Judicial Review; Natural Justice: hearings; Natural Justice: hearings, Public Interest Immunity and closed material procedure; Natural Justice: bias and independence; rule-making; error of law; error of fact; failure to exercise discretion; abuse of discretion; Human Rights Act; Rationality and Proportionality; Legitimate Expectations; Equality; Part 3: Remedies; Invalidity; Remedies: standing; Judicial Remedies; Remedies and Reform; Remedies: Exclusion of Review; Crown Liability; Tort and Restitution;
EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD
Professor Paul Craig is Professor in English Law, sits on the board of the Public Law journal and is co-author of Craig & de Burca on EU Law by OUP

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