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Administrative Law

Administrative Law

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  • Author(s): S.S. Srivastav
  • Brand: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2018
  • ISBN 13 9789386698674
  • Approx. Pages 539 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
'Administrative Law' is the law that deals with the exercise of powers and functions of the State and their agencies in relation with the citizens and private persons under the constitutional and legal system of the country. The legislature enacts the law and entrusts the power of subordinate legislation to the executive which administers and applies the law. The rule of law, justice and fairness demand that no wing of the Government or its agencies should transgress the limitations provided by the constitution and the law. The final interpretative power rests with the judiciary which keeps the administrative authorities within their bounds. It is a subject of many dimensions, the principles of which have become well settled but the evolution is constant due to the policy decisions of the Government from time to time and their enforcement by the statutory and administrative provisions and the role of judiciary as protector of the constitution and law for ensuring the protection of rights, justice and liberties on which many theories have developed from ancient period to the present day.
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Contents
1.    Introduction
2.    Administrative Actions
3.    Delegated Legislation
4.    Administrative Directions
5.    Natural Justice
6.    Administrative Discretion
7.    Investigation and Inquiry
8.    Judicial Control of Administrative Actions - Writs
9.    Superintending Power of the High Court
10.  Special Leave to Appeal by Supreme Court, Review Petition, Curative Petition and 
        Power to do Complete Justice
11.  Statutory Judicial Remedies
12.  Immunities and Privileges of Government in Legal Proceedings
13.  Exclusion of Judicial Review
14.  Estoppel and Waiver
15.  Liability of the Government
16.  Services under the State
17.  Right to Information
18.  Lokpal, Lokayuktas and Central Vigilance Commission
19.  Public Undertakings
20.  Tribunals
Subject Index
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