Analyzing the development and practice of administrative law from a Scottish perspective, this text provides examples of how Scots law works alongside English and European measures. Among other matters, the book covers decision-making, accountability and control of delegated legislation.
The first Scottish textbook on this subject is written by two established academics. The development and practice of administrative law from a Scottish perspective is thoroughly analysed, with examples of how Scots law works alongside English and European measures.
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Doctrines of the British Constitution; administrative decision-making; administrative accountability; control of delegated legislation; ministerial responsibility; tribunals, inquiries and ombudsmen; scrutiny of government contracts; regulators and agencies; proceedings against the Crown; doctrine of "ultra vires"; principles of natural justice; judicial review, "locus standi" and remedies; access to information, Crown privilege and public interest immunity. (part contents)
Administrative Law in Scotland by Valerie Finch
Green's Concise Scots Law S.
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Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
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