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Author Clark, David J., 1950-

Title Principles of Australian public law / David Clark
Published Sydney : LexisNexis Butterworths, 2003

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Description xlviii, 334 pages ; 25 cm
regular print
Contents 1. The scope of public law -- 2. History -- 3. The rule of law -- 4. Separation of powers -- 5. Legislative power -- 6. Parliamentary privilege -- 7. Electing the legislatures -- 8. The Executive -- 9. Judicial independence -- 10. Judicial review -- 11. The Ombudsman -- 12. Human rights
Summary This book provides a scholarly account of Australian public law with particular emphasis on the Constitutions of the Australian States. In addition to a focus on the relevant cases and the statutes, the book also considers the principles of public law that are not found in the law reports such as constitutional practice and forethought--Book jacket
Analysis Constitutional law
Separation of powers
Parliamentary privilege
Judicial review
Cases (Law)
Public law
Constitution
Notes Includes index
With chapter 7 by David Bamford
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 298-322
Audience Tertiary/Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Subject Australia. Constitution Act.
Public law.
Public law -- Australia.
Author Bamford, David.
LC no. 2003464325
ISBN 0409319430 paperback