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Administrative tribunals : a legal handbook / Lisa Braverman.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Call Number

KE 5029 B73 2001

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Description

xiii, 225 p. ; 23 cm.

Summary

This is an introductory text on administrative law and practice as they relate to the work of administrative tribunals and agencies. Topics covered include: an introduction to the components, functions, origins and sources of law; the development of administrative law and the reasons for creating administrative tribunals; a review of procedural principles governing administrative tribunals; how decisions of administrative tribunals are prepared and reviewed, including judicial review and appeals; the role of provincial and federal legislation; the importance of the decisions of administrative tribunals, and the impact of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and its application to administrative tribunals. The book also contains useful advice and guidelines for drafting decisions and checklists ensuring effective preparation of decisions.

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Contents

1. Introduction to law. – 2. What is administrative law? – 3. The principles of administrative law. – 4. Decisions of administrative tribunals. – 5. How are decisions of administrative tribunals reviewed? – 6. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. – Appendices.

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