Limit search to available items
Book Cover
Book
Author Creyke, Robin, author

Title Control of government action : text, cases and commentary / Robin Creyke, John McMillan, Mark Smyth
Edition Fourth edition
Published Chatswood, NSW : LexisNexis Butterworths, 2015
©2015

Copies

Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 MELB  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 MELB  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 MELB  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 MELB  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 WATERFT LAW  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 WATERFT LAW  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 WATERFT LAW  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 WATERFT LAW  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE
 WATERFT LAW  KM 300 K1 Cre/Cog 2015  AVAILABLE

Description lxxxiv, 1270 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Part A. Accountability in an administrative state. Ch. 1. Administrative law - theory, history and context -- Part B. The framework for challenging and controlling government action -- Ch. 2. The framework for judicial review -- Ch. 3. Merits review and administrative tribunals -- Ch. 4. Other methods of administrative law review -- Ch. 5. Constitutional considerations -- Ch. 6. Rule-making and control of subordinate legislation -- Part C. The criteria for lawful decision-making -- Ch. 7. Foundation concepts of judicial review -- Ch. 8. Unauthorised decision-making -- Ch. 9. Statutory purpose and relevant considerations -- Ch. 10. Natural justice -- Ch. 11. Executive policies, directions and representations -- Ch. 12. Law, fact and evidence -- Ch. 13. Failure to perform a statutory duty --Ch. 14. Wednesbury unreasonableness, good administration and the outer limits of legality -- Ch. 15. Executive power and decision-making -- Part D. Remedies for unlawful government action -- Ch. 16. The consequences of unlawful decision-making -- Ch. 17. Judicial review remedies -- Ch. 18. Standing -- Part E. Information and access -- Ch. 19. Access to information -- Ch. 20. Privacy -- Ch. 21. Obtaining reasons for government decisions
Summary The book displays the breadth and diversity of Australian administrative law. The different role played by courts, tribunals, ombudsmen and other review bodies is comprehensively covered
Analysis Australian
Notes Previous edition: 2012
Includes index
Subject Australia. Parliament -- Powers and duties.
Administrative law -- Australia.
Legislative power -- Australia.
Legislation -- Australia.
Parliamentary practice -- Australia.
Political ethics -- Australia.
Australia -- Politics and government.E
Australia -- Politics and government.
Author McMillan, John, 1949- author
Smyth, Mark, author
ISBN 9780409339352
9780409339369