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Public Law

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A.P.Le Sueur, Maurice SunkinUniversity of Essex, Andre P. Le SueurUniversity College London

ISBN13: 9780582087309
ISBN: 0582087309
Published: May 1997
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £78.99



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A comprehensive text containing coverage of public law using case studies that illustrate the concept of the public law process. The book includes questions and answers at the end of each chapter to stimulate and encourage students to engage in the issues. The case studies used incorporate original documentation, for example Hansard debates, select committee reports and relevant court papers.

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Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law, Reference
Contents:
Tables of Cases and Statutes Part A: Perspectives on the constitution1. What is public law?2. The case studies3. An institutional approach4. The policy cycle and public law5. Power and public law6. Principles of limited governmentPart B: The legal basis of government action7. The legal basis of government action - Introduction8. Acts of Parliament9. Case Study - Sunday Trading Act10. Delegated legislation: making statutory instruments11. Case Study: Making Board and Lodging Regulations12. Prerogative and non-statutory powers13. Euro-legislation14. Case study: Making the Working Time DirectivePart C: Challenging and Scrutinising Public Power15. Challenging and scrutinising public power: an overview16. Parliamentary scrutinising of government action17. Case study: GCHQ Union Ban scrutinised in Parliament18. Ombudsmen19. Tribunals20. Introductory judicial review21. Access to Judicial Review22. Is Judicial review appropriate?23. Illegality24. Judicial review of discretionary power25. Common Law fairness26. Judicial remedies against public authorities27. Case Study: Legal Challenges to the Board and Lodging Regulations28. Case Study: Legal Challenges to the GCHQ Union Ban29. Euro-litigation30. Case Study: Sunday Trading LitigationIndex