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""The text of this new study of local govenment law in Scotland takes account of the structual changes which were implemented in the period up to reorganisation in April 1996.The book has chapters on local authority powers and the organisation of local authority business; local government finance; audit; the local ombudsman; and local authorities and the courts.There is also discussion of the constitutional role of local authorities; the different forms of involvement by the public (whether as electors, citizens or consumers) in local government; and Scottish Office controls over authorities and their work.The emphasis of the book is not a detailed analysis of the law relating to local authority functions but upon the legal framework within which they are exercised.The book is primarily aimed at students (of law or of related disciplines) but will also be of value to all who have an involvement in or contact with Scottish local government.Previously a T & T Clarke publication.""