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date: 25 September 2021

p. 20911. Administrative law: Ombudsmen, tribunals, and delegated legislationlocked

p. 20911. Administrative law: Ombudsmen, tribunals, and delegated legislationlocked

  • Richard ClementsRichard ClementsLeader of International Partnerships (Law), Bristol Law School, University of the West of England

Abstract

The Q&A series offers the best preparation for tackling exam questions. Each chapter includes typical questions; diagram problem and essay answer plans, suggested answers, notes of caution, tips on obtaining extra marks, the key debates on each topic and suggestions on further reading This chapter is about administrative law. The citizen may use judicial review in the courts to ensure that public bodies obey the law, but there are alternatives to the courts, such as the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and the tribunal system. The questions here deal with issues such as the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (Ombudsman); the tribunal system; and delegated legislation such as statutory instruments.

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