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.
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;
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