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Administrative Law

Administrative Law (4th edn)

Timothy Endicott
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date: 08 December 2021

p. 31. Administration and the principles of the constitutionlocked

p. 31. Administration and the principles of the constitutionlocked

  • Timothy EndicottTimothy EndicottFellow in Law, Balliol College, Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of Oxford

Abstract

Administrative law includes a complex variety of processes and doctrines that confer and control public power. This chapter outlines the underlying principles of administrative law. Topics discussed include arbitrary government and the core of administrative law, administration, the principle of relativity, the principles of the constitution, system principles, accountability, and Europe and the principles of the constitution.

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