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Principles of administrative law / by David Phillip Jones and Anne S. de Villars.

Location

Public Safety Canada Library

Resource

Books & Reports

Call Number

KE 5015 J66 2009

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Publishers

Bibliography

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Description

cx, 852 p. ; 26 cm.

Summary

This text provides readers with a concise statement of the principles of administrative law. Rather than attempting to discuss the abundance of case law emanating from every Canadian jurisdiction, this work provides a conceptual framework for understanding the principles of administrative law, which readers may then apply to specific fact situations. The work covers all important topics in the field, including constitutional considerations, the concept of a statutory delegate, the acquisition of jurisdiction, procedural fairness, discretionary powers, standards of review, and public and private law remedies against governmental action.

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Edition

5th ed.

Contents

Part 1. General Principles – 1. What is administrative law? – 2. Constitutional aspects of Canadian administrative law – 3. Statutory delegation of governmental powers – 4. Subordinate legislation –
Part II. Grounds for Judicial Review – 5. Introduction to the grounds for judicial review – 6. Defects in acquiring jurisdiction – 7. Losing jurisdiction through an abuse of discretion – 8. Natural justice and the duty to be fair: historical development and general principles – 9. The duty to be fair: Audi Alteram Partem – 10. The duty to be fair: the rule against bias – 11. Errors of law on the face of the record –
Part III. Standards of Review – 12. Standards of review –
Part IV. Remedies – 13. Introduction to remedies – 14. Appeals from Administrative Decisions – 15. The prerogative remedies – 16. Private law remedies and the tort liability of public authorities – Appendices.

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