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De Smith, Woolf, & Jowell's Principles of Judicial Review


ISBN13: 9780421620209
ISBN: 042162020X
Previous Edition ISBN: 0420478000
Published: November 1999
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This is a new abridged edition of the 5th edition of the authoritative and acclaimed work, Judicial Review of Administrative Action.

It provides a detailed analysis of all aspects of judicial review with a text that has been completely adapted for student and academic requirements. In particular, technical material has been removed, and the chapters have been restructured to emphasise the basic principles of judicial review.

Principles of Judicial Review refers to recent developments in the law including the new Civil Procedure Rules, the Human Rights Act 1998, Treaty of Amsterdam, and a wealth of case law and recent developments.

Principles of Judicial Review will be the definitive text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of this dynamic area of public law, combining a comprehensive and analytical account of the subject with a focus on broad principles. It also serves as a useful guide to the general practitioner and an introduction to the non-specialist reader.

Subjects:
Judicial Review
Contents:
The place of judicial review in administrative law.
Who may bring proceedings?
The subjects of judicial review: 'public' bodies, the Crown and 'public' decisions.
Jurisdiction, vires, law and fact.
Illegality.
Procedural fairness: history, entitlement, content, exceptions, fettering of discretion, bias and interest.
The unreasonable exercise of power.
The historical development of judicial review remedies and procedures.
The application for judicial review.
Remedies in judicial review.
Tort damages and judicial review.
EC law in English administrative law.