Public Law Within Government: Sustaining the Art of the Possible by T. P. B. RattenburyPublic Law Within Government: Sustaining the Art of the Possible by T. P. B. Rattenbury

Public Law Within Government: Sustaining the Art of the Possible

byT. P. B. Rattenbury

Hardcover | April 17, 2008

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Drawing on rich source material - one local authority's involvement in the epic central/local confrontation over local government spending in 1980s England - this book develops a multifaceted and widely applicable analysis of public law within government as a process of 'sustaining the art of the possible'.
T. P. B. RATTENBURY is a long-serving government lawyer with a special interest in public law. He qualified with an English local authority and has worked for many years for a Canadian provincial government, where his practice revolves around law reform, legislative and public law issues.
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Title:Public Law Within Government: Sustaining the Art of the PossibleFormat:HardcoverDimensions:250 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:April 17, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230553028

ISBN - 13:9780230553026

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Table of Contents

Introduction The Ultra Vires Rule: Its Substance and Significance Out with the Old: The 1980 Budget In with the New: The 1981 Budget A Heightened Awareness: The 1982 Budget Leftward, Ho: The 1983 Budget Pressing Ahead: The 1984 Budget Rate-Capped and Resistant: The 1985 Budget Aftermath: The 1986 Budget Victim of Circumstance: The 1987 Budget 'Policy-Capped': The 1988 Budget Out with the Old, Again: The 1989 Budget and Beyond Conclusion