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Out of Print Looking at the development and status quo of judicial review in East and Southeast Asia, this text answers the questions of whether the system of judicial review of administrative action functions in these countries in the same way as in Western countries, and whether this system functions in the same way in countries that adopt the principle of concentration of powers and the principle of separation of powers. Together with papers on judicial review in the Netherlands and Germany, and references to English law, the legal systems discussed constitute a heterogeneous group of developed and developing economies, continental and Anglo-Saxon systems of law and capitalist and socialist legal orders.;The research and comparisons presented here form a resource for any scholar and lawyer interested in contemporary Asian law, or in the many facets of comparative administrative law.