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Durga Das Basu Administrative Law

Durga Das Basu Administrative Law

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  • Author(s): Durga Das Basu, S. P. Sengupta
  • Brand: Kamal Law House
  • Edition: 7 Ed 2019
  • Approx. Pages 1647 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
Administrative acts are those acts which are necessary to be done to carry out the legislative politics and purposes already declared by the legislative body or such as devolved upon it by the organic law in existence. And in order to carry out the regulatory powers and duties, the administrative agencies create body of law in the form of rules, regulations, orders and decisions. Thus, administrative law may be described as the law governing of organization and operation of the executive branch of Government (including independent agencies) and the relations of the executive with the legislature, the judiciary and the public. The executive branch of the Government does not enjoy unfettered power, rather its actions are amenable to judicial review. Such judicial control has become part and parcel of administrative law. Said judicial Frankfurter, "administrative law deals with the field of legal control exercised by the courts over such agencies" (The Task of Administrative Laws 1927, P. 614). Accordingly, it is for the judicial authority to see whether such body of administrative law is violative of the Constitution of the country or is against the principles of natural justice or is otherwise bad in the eye of law.
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Contents
Chapter 1    :    Introductory
Chapter 2    :    Development of Administrative Law
Chapter 3    :    Separation of Functions and Delegation
Chapter 4    :    Quasi-Legislative Functions of the Administration : Subordinate Legislation
Chapter 5    :    Purely Administrative Functions
Chapter 6    :    Statutory Authorities in General
Chapter 7    :    Quasi-Judicial Functions
Chapter 8    :    Natural Justice : Disciplinary Action against Employees (Other than Government Servants)
Chapter 9    :    Administrative Action
Chapter 10  :    Administrative Tribunals
Chapter 11  :     Commission of Inquiry
Chapter 12  :    Statutory Domestic Tribunals
Chapter 13  :    Statutory and Public Corporations
Chapter 14  :    Government Companies and Non-Statutory Public Undertakings
Chapter 15  :    The Ombudsman
Chapter 16  :    Liability of the State and Public Servants
Chapter 17  :    Development of Administrative Law via Natural Justice
Chapter 18  :    Legitimate Expectation
Chapter 19  :    Estoppel and Public Authorities
Chapter 20  :    Judicial Review
Chapter 21  :    Policy Decisions in Course of Administrative Processes and Judicial Review
Chapter 22  :    Judicial Control of Administrative Action
Chapter 23  :    Limits of Judicial Review
Chapter 24  :    Forms of Judicial Review
Chapter 25  :    Dismissal, Removal or Reduction in Rank of persons employed under Union or State
                            and Judicial Review
Appendix 1    :    The Administrative Tribunals Act 1985
Appendix 2
    :    The Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1952
Appendix 3
    :    The Consumer Protection Act, 1986
Appendix 4
    :    The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013
Index
Table of Cases
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