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Author Cane, Peter, 1950-

Title Principles of administrative law : legal regulation of governance / Peter Cane, Leighton McDonald
Edition Second edition
Published South Melbourne, Vic. : Oxford University Press, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (xxviii, 329 pages.)
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Getting Our Bearings -- 1.1. The scope of administrative law -- 1.2. Law -- 1.3. Two approaches to administrative law -- 1.4. The book's geography -- 2. Historical and Constitutional Contexts -- 2.1. The British heritage -- 2.2. The American heritage -- 2.3. The colonial heritage -- 2.4. Federation and onwards -- 3. The Scope of Judicial Review -- 3.1. General introduction to judicial review -- 3.2. The nature of the courts' review jurisdiction -- 3.3. The shifting and complex boundaries of judicial review -- 3.4. Constitutional sources of judicial review jurisdiction -- 3.5. Statutory sources of judicial review jurisdiction -- 3.6. The supervisory jurisdiction of state Supreme Courts -- 4. Judicial Review Remedies -- 4.1. The common law remedial model -- 4.2. The ADJR Act remedial model -- 4.3. The continuing significance of the common law remedial model -- 4.4. Three troublesome distinctions -- 4.5. The judicial review remedies -- 4.6. Discretion to refuse a remedy -- 4.7. The idea of invalidity and the importance of context -- 5. The Grounds of Judicial Review -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Procedural grounds -- 5.3. Reasoning process grounds: the control of administrative choice -- 5.4. Decisional grounds -- 6. Access to Judicial Review -- 6.1. Two approaches to standing -- 6.2. Australian Conservation Foundation and the special interest test -- 6.3. Standing and specific remedies -- 6.4. Towards open standing? -- 7. Restricting Judicial Review -- 7.1. The constitutional foundations of judicial review -- 7.2. The interpretation of privative clauses: the general approach -- 7.3. Privative clauses and politics -- 7.4. Privative clauses and institutional design -- 8. Tribunals and Merits Review -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Tribunals -- 8.3. The merits review s̀ystem' -- 8.4. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal -- 8.5. Access to merits review in the AAT -- 8.6. The basis of merits review -- 8.7. Outcomes of merits review -- 8.8. Two topics for further reflection -- 9. Beyond Courts and Tribunals -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Internal processes -- 9.3. Ombudsmen -- 9.4. Parliaments -- 10. Freedom of Information -- 10.1. What is freedom of information? -- 10.2. The value of information -- 10.3. A very short history of FOI in Australia -- 10.4. The main functions of FOI regimes -- 10.5. What is information? -- 10.6. The federal FOI regime -- 10.7. The relationship between FOI and cognate bodies of law -- 10.8. Coda: FOI and accountability -- 11. Private Law in a Public Context: Contract and Tort -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Tort -- 11.3. Contract -- 11.4. Private law and the regulatory approach -- 12. Values and Effects of Administrative Law -- 12.1. What is administrative law for? -- 12.2. What does administrative law achieve?
Notes Accompanied by: Cases and materials for Principles of administrative law : legal regulation of governance. (xxiv, 432 p. ; 25 cm.), 2nd ed. 2013
Previous edition: 2008
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Administrative law -- Australia.
Form Electronic book
Author McDonald, Leighton.
ISBN 9780195523935 electronic bk
0195523938 electronic bk
Other Titles Cases and materials for Principles of administrative law : legal regulation of governance