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Judicial Review Handbook 4th ed isbn 9781841134390

Judicial Review Handbook 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9781841132389
ISBN: 1841132381
New Edition ISBN: 1841134392
Published: November 2001
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This text can be used as a source of reference and as a guide to the complex mass of legal doctrine which comprises the law of judicial review. In this second edition, completely revised and up-dated, the author, a leading member of the English public law bar, offers a compendium of the source material structured around 63 unique legal procedures supported by an extensive selection of reported case quotations. It also includes essential procedural guidance and forms.

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Part 1 Essential judicial review: outline of judicial review; CPR part 54; CPR part 54 practice discretion; supreme court act 1981 section 31; administrative court notes for guidance; claim form (N462); acknowledgment (N462); judicial review pre-action protocol.
Part 2 Guide to the law: nature of judicial review - supervisory jurisdiction, procedural rules, effect of victory, materiality, targets, power levels, legislative supremacy, EC law, Human Rights Act, common law fundamentals, precedent and authority, vigilance, restraint, critical balance, the forbidden method, hard-edged questions, case-management, related proceedings, evidence and fact, costs, permission, interim remedies, substantive hearing, remedies, damages; parameters of judicial review - ouster, public/private, ouster, legislative purpose, function, context, modified review, flux, reviewability, non-reviewability, alternative remedy, exclusivity, standing, discretion/duty, inalienability, legitimate expectation, onus, severance, nullity; grounds for judicial review - classifying grounds, ultra vires, jurisdictional error, error of law, error of fact, abdication/fetter, bad faith, improper motive, frustrating the legislative purpose, substantive unfairness, inconsistency, relevancy/irrelevancy, unreasonableness, proportionality, procedural ultra vires, procedural unfairness, bias, reasons, external wrongs.
Part 3 Case synopses.