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Textbook on Administrative Law

Textbook on Administrative Law

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'Strikes an excellent balance between exploring some of the issues in greater detail whilst, at the same time, giving the reader enough information to cover the fundamental points.'    Student Law Journal
The seventh edition of Textbook on Administrative Law has been substantially revised and updated to provide a concise and topical account of this fast-moving area of law.
This edition remains as accessible as ever, fully exploring the core areas of the subject and setting them in a contextual framework. In addition to widespread recognition as an invaluable core text for LLB and GDI students, Textbook on Administrative Law is a stimulating introduction for postgraduates and for non-law undergraduates with an interest in the field.
Newtothisedition:
•    Fully updated chapters on human rights and judicial review; the book also includes
     discussion of the latest developments in EU law (as affects UK administrative law) and the
     contractual and tortious liability of public authorities
•    A new chapter on equality and non-discrimination law provides essential coverage
     of the relationship between recent legislation and administrative law
•    Recent cases discussed include: Axa General Insurance,
     R (Cart) v Upper Tribunal, R (Lumba) v Home Secretary, and HM Treasury v Ahmed
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Contents
1.    Introduction: theory and history
2.    Constitutional context
3.    European Union law and administrative law
4.    Human rights and administrative law
5.    The modern administrative state
6.    The ombudsman principle
7.    Dispute resolution: tribunals and inquiries
8.    Introduction to judicial review
9     Extending the reach of judicial review: the public-private divide and the Royal prerogative
10.  Limiting judicial review: ouster clauses and public interest immunity
11.  Illegality I
12.  Illegality II
13.  Unreasonableness, irrationality, and proportionality
14.  Equality
15.  Legitimate expectations
16.  Procedural impropriety I: statutory requirements
17.  Procedural impropriety II: common law rules
18.  Remedies in judicial review
19.  Contracting and public bodies
20.  Public authority liability in tort
21.  Conclusion: administrative law facing the future
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Author's Details
Peter Leyland
is Professor of Public Law at London Metropolitan University, and Professorial Research Associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
Gordon Anthony is Professor of Public Law at Queen's University, Belfast.
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