+612 9045 4394
 
CHECKOUT
$7.95 Delivery per order to Australia and New Zealand
100% Australian owned
Over a hundred thousand in-stock titles ready to ship
Administrative Law : LawBriefs - Margaret Kelly

Administrative Law

LawBriefs

Paperback Published: 12th December 2014
ISBN: 9780455234229

Share This Book:

Paperback

RRP $85.00
$81.35
or 4 easy payments of $20.34 with Learn more
In Stock
Enter an Australian post code for delivery estimate

Earn 163 Qantas Points
on this Book

Thomson Reuters LawBriefs are an ideal companion to your studies in law. They include compact summaries of the law and unique diagrammatic explanations or mind maps in each chapter, which help you to understand complex legal concepts and how they relate to one another.

Thomson Reuters LawBriefs present each subject area in a student friendly way to help you get the most out of your time studying. Each book in the series provides a succinct but substantive overview of the law, enabling you to study smarter, not longer.

The LawBriefs Administrative Law contains 20 chapters across 4 parts.

Doctrines and Concepts
The Nature of Administrative Law
Underlying Doctrines and Statutory Interpretation
Basic Concepts: Jurisdiction
Basic Concepts: Justiciability
Basic Concepts: Standing
Merits Review
Merits Review
Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)
Facts and Evidence
Ombudsman
Judicial Review
The Nature of Judicial Review
The ADJR Act
Natural Justice and the Hearing Rule
Natural Justice: The Hearing Rule Develops
Natural Justice: Legitimate Expectations?
Natural Justice: The Rule Against Bias
Grounds of Review: Discretionary Decisions
Grounds of Review: Delegated
Legislation (Legislative Instruments)
Grounds of Review: Jurisdictional Errors
Ousting Judicial Review
Access to Information
Reasons, FOI and Privacy

ISBN: 9780455234229
ISBN-10: 0455234221
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Published: 12th December 2014
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia, Limited
Country of Publication: AU

Earn 163 Qantas Points
on this Book