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(p. 475) 11. Judicial Review—An Introduction 

(p. 475) 11. Judicial Review—An Introduction
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(p. 475) 11. Judicial Review—An Introduction
Author(s):

Mark Elliott

and Robert Thomas

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198765899.003.0011

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This chapter provides an introduction to the concept of judicial review. It discusses what judicial review is and is not about; the nature of administrative law; the relation of judicial review to three key themes crucial to understanding the modern British constitution—accountability, political and legal constitutionalism, and demarcation disputes in the multilayered constitution; and the constitutional basis of judicial review.

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