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This book was originally intended to be the second edition of Administrative Law, Volume II of The New Constitutional and Administrative Law (2002), written by Cora Hoexter with Rosemary Lyster and edited by Iain Currie. That work was a companion to Volume I, Constitutional Law (2001), by Iain Currie and Johan de Waal with Pierre de Vos, Karthy Govender and Heinz Klug.
Administrative Law in South Africa is based on Volume II but is in some senses a new work. It contains much new material, and the old material has been thoroughly reworked, revised and reorganised. Like its predecessor, this work aims to take full account of South African administrative law with the emphasis on judicial review of administrative action.
Unlike Volume II, this book is intended primarily for the specialist in administrative law – but the author has tried hard to retain the qualities of clarity and accessibility that made Volume II a success, and hopes that law students will find this book both readable and useful.
The law is stated as at the end of November 2006.