This edition has been revised to provide an analysis of more than 200 Irish cases in administrative law handed down by the courts since the first edition of this work was published in 1986. It emphasizes developments in constitutional justice, state liability and control of discretionary powers.
Administrative Law in Ireland Summary
Administrative Law in Ireland by Gerard Hogan
An invaluable resource for maintaining current awareness and avoiding damaging and misinterpretation of the law.
Administrative Law in Ireland Reviews
...worthy of the highest praise; while it displays commendable clarity of exposition and is eminently readable, it also provides excellent analysis of what is becoming an increasingly interesting yet complex area of the law. Dublin University Law Journal (of the second edition).
Table of Contents
Fair procedure and constitutional justice. The control of discretionary powers and the doctrine of reasonableness. State liability in damages for ultra vires acts. Judicial review practice and procedure. Emerging doctrines such as legitimate expectations and proportionality. Local government and rating law. Tribunals and inquiries. The impact of legislation such as the Ethics in Public Office Act 1995; the Public Service Management Act 1997; and the Freedom of Information Act 1997.
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