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Judicial Review: A New Zealand Perspective 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9781877511455
Published: April 2010
Publisher: LexisNexis New Zealand
Country of Publication: New Zealand
Format: Paperback
Price: £131.00

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Judicial Review: A New Zealand Perspective 2nd edition, is an indispensible source for those working or studying in the critical modern area of administrative law and the courts.

This second edition has retained the concise style and comprehensive coverage of New Zealand case law of the first edition, while including substantial coverage of Australian, Canadian and English authorities to enable readers to view New Zealand law in the wider context.

  • The only specific textbook on judicial review published in New Zealand.
  • Written in a concise style for legal professionals, academics and students.
  • Allows readers with a particular issue to find the principles and relevant authorities in a matter of minutes.
  • Includes a new chapter dedicated to the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990.
  • Reorganised structure follows Sir Kenneth Keith's quadripartite division to classify the grounds of judicial review.
  • Written by Graham Taylor, one of New Zealand's foremost administrative lawyers and practicing barrister in Wellington, and Jessica Gorman, Associate Crown Counsel.

Other Jurisdictions , New Zealand
PART 1: The Basic Structure of Judicial Review
Chapter 1: The Nature of Judicial Review
Chapter 2: The Breadth of Judicial Review
Chapter 3: The Depth of Judicial Review
Chapter 4: The Relationship between Judicial Review and Appeals
PART 2: The Process of Judicial Review
Chapter 5: The Primary Means of Judicial Review
Chapter 6: Other Means of Judicial Review
Chapter 7: Parties
PART 3: Procedure and Evidence
Chapter 8: Interlocutory Procedures
Chapter 9: Information Gathering Before Proceeding
Chapter 10: Evidence in Judicial Review Proceedings
PART 4: Grounds of Judicial Review
Chapter 11: Introduction to Grounds of Judicial Review
Chapter 12: Who? Review of the Conferral of Power
Chapter 13: How? Review of the Procedure of Acting
Chapter 14: What? Review of Exceeding the Limits of Powers
Chapter 15: Why? Review of the Reasons for Acting
Chapter 16: The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990