Wade & Forsyth's Administrative Law provides a perceptive account, and an unparalleled level of coverage, of the principles of judicial review and a sketch of the administrative arrangements of the UK. First published in 1961, Administrative Law a classic text. In the eleventh edition, the text brings its account of administrative law up to date in light of recent case law and legislation. The volume covers the following areas of administrative law: authorities and their functions; the influence of Europe; powers and jurisdiction; discretionary power; natural justice; remedies and liability; and administrative legislation and adjudication.
Keywords:judicial review, administrative law, judiciary, case law, legislation
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- Front Matter
- Part I Introduction
- Part II Authorities and Functions
- Part III European Influences
- Part IV Powers and Jurisdiction
- Part V Discretionary Power
- Part VI Natural Justice
- Part VII Remedies and Liability
- Part VIII Administrative Legislation and Adjudication
- End Matter