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Author Craig, P. P. (Paul P.)

Title Administrative law / by P.P. Craig
Edition Fifth edition
Published London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2003

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Description lxxviii, 960 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Part 1: The Administrative System. 1. The nature and purpose of administrative law -- 2. The administrative system: an historical perspectice -- 3. Parliament and the executive -- 4. Agencies, administrative diversity and the restructuring of government -- 5. Contract, service provision and governance -- 6. Local government, local governance and democracy -- 7. Devolution, Wales and Scotland -- 8. Information, standards and complaints -- 9. Tribunals and inquiries -- 10. The European Community -- 11. A case study: competition and regulation. Part 2: Judicial Review. 12. Rule making -- 13. Natural justice: hearings -- 14. Natural justice: bias and independence -- 15. Jurisdiction -- 16. Failure to exercise discretion -- 17. Abuse of discretion: illegality -- 18. Abuse of discretion: irrationality, reasonableness and proportionality -- 19. Abuse of discretion, legitimate expectations and equality -- 20. Invalidity. Part 3: Remedies. 21. Remedies: standing -- 22. The judicial remedies -- 23. Remedies and reform -- 24. Remedies: exclusion of review -- 25. Public interest immunity and crown liability -- 26. Tort and restitution
Summary There have been numerous significant developments in adminsitrative law since publication of the last edition in 1999. Legislative changes include the Local Government Acts 1999 and 2000, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Regulatory Reform Act 2001. The impact of the Civil Procedure Rules on remedies is also assessed. The case law is discussed and analysed in detail, important examples being Alconbury and Runa Begum (on judicial review and process rights), R v A (on the interpretation of the Human Rights Act, s. 3), Daly (on the standard of review under the Human Rights Act), Leonard Cheshire (on the meaning of public authority under the Human Rights Act), and Barrett and Phelps (on negligence liability)
Notes Previous ed.: 1999
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Administrative law -- Great Britain.
ISBN 042179920X paperback