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Canadian administrative law / Guy Régimbald.

Location

Public Safety Canada Library

Resource

Books & Reports

Call Number

KE 5015 R44 2008

Authors

Publishers

Note

Includes index.
Part of publisher series: "Halsbury's laws of Canada".

Summary

This book discusses the historical development of the principles of administrative law in relation to and parallel to those of constitutional law. The major part of this book deals with the basic principles requiring analysis in any application for judicial review or appeal of a decision, including jurisdiction, procedural fairness, the exercise of discretion, and the standard of review. The book provides readers with an understanding of the manner in which courts have applied the principles of administrative law, and supplements this understanding with specific tools needed to advocate these principles, by providing detailed discussions on each topic, and how to apply each principle in the appropriate context.

Subject

Edition

1st ed.

Contents

1. Introduction. -- 2. Relationship between constitutional law and administrative law. -- 3. Delegation and regulation-making. -- 4. Jurisdiction. -- 5. Discretion. -- 6. Procedural fairness/Audi alterem partem. -- 7. Bias and independence/Nemo Judex in Causa Sua. -- 8. Standards of review. -- 9. Remedies.

Series

Halsbury's laws of Canada.

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