Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

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Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download. Administrative law provides many of the safeguards which prevent government becoming an intolerable evil. It is the purpose of this book to provide an introduction to administrative law and its control of government power indicating, wherever possible, the nature of those powers, the purpose of governmental functions as well as the scope and effectiveness of legal control.

Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

The book is divided into four parts covering the administrative agencies of government, the nature, characteristics and sources of its powers, the judicial review of administrative action and the remedies for unlawful and irregular administrative action. To help the reader through the subject, a glossary of terms used in the book is provided, together with a selected bibliography of further reading and a range of self-assessment questions. The book is designed for use by those pursuing degree level courses in Law or Public and Social Administration. Equally, the book will be of use to those undertaking sub-degree or professional courses in similar areas.

Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

The last decade has seen some very significant changes in administrative law, driven mainly by government policy. This is vividly illustrated by changes in the status and functions of local government and the stringency of central government control of local administration. Elsewhere privatisation has produced many more pages in the statute book. The government’s reliance on prerogative powers has also been reappraised by the courts, particularly through the landmark decision in the GCHQ case. It is clear that the courts are prepared to be far more proactive in adjudicating prerogative acts, even if only to delay the government’s actions on the ground of unfairness.

Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

More generally, the courts’ willingness to develop an increasingly comprehensive view of the requirements in law of ‘fairness’ has coloured a good deal of judicial review. In the same way there has been a continuing expansion of those bodies amenable to judicial review: the self-regulatory bodies in the financial markets, for example. Finally, reference is made in the book to the rapidly expanding influence of the law of the European Union which affects the framework of municipal administrative law as much as it affects any other area of relevant ‘national’ law.

Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

Introduction to Administrative Law by Neil Hawke and Neil Parpworth pdf free download

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