Garner's Administrative Law by Brian JonesGarner's Administrative Law by Brian Jones

Garner's Administrative Law

byBrian Jones, Katharine Thompson

Paperback | October 10, 1996

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Garner's Administrative Law is widely regarded as providing a comprehensive account of the basic principles of administrative law, and explains these principles with clarity and authority. In addition to discussing the judicial review of administrative action, it contains much material on theinstitutions and processes of central and local government, delegated legislation, tribunals and inquiries and the various Ombudsmen.
Brian Jones, MA, LLB (Cantab), Professor of Environmental Liability, De Montfort University, Leicester Katharine Thompson, LLB, MA, PhD, Lecturer in Law, De Montfort University, Leicester
Title:Garner's Administrative LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:624 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.22 inPublished:October 10, 1996Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0406992517

ISBN - 13:9780406992512

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Table of Contents

Part I.Introduction: Institutions: Administrative Processes1. Administrative law: scope and constitutional context2. Institutions of government3. Processes of governmentPart II.Sources of Governmental Powers4. Legislation5. Subordinate legislation6. Legislation of the European CommunitiesPart III.The Redress of GrievancesIntroduction to Part III.7. Redress through Parliament8. Redress through the courts I: Statutory appeals and judicial review9. Redress through the courts II: Remedies and exclusion of judicial review10. Redress through the courts III: Administrative authorities in litigation11. Redress through tribunals12. Redress through public inquiriesPart IV.Local Government13. Local authorities14. The members and officers of local authorities15. The internal organisation of local authorities16. Local government finance17. Controls over local authoritiesAppendixIndex