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eBook Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law ePub

by Simon Halliday

  • ISBN: 1841132659
  • Category: Constitutional Law
  • Subcategory: Law
  • Author: Simon Halliday
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hart Publishing; UK ed. edition (May 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 188
  • ePub book: 1339 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1715 kb
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11. See Halliday's discussion (at p 74) of the distinction, drawn by Black, between formal and substantive compliance; J Black Rules and Regulators (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997) p 222.

Administrative agencies of various kinds (. the Food and Drug Administration in the United States) exist alongside the courts in nearly.

I fought the law and the law won? Legal consciousness and the critical imagination. S Halliday, B Morgan.

Hart Publishing, 2004. StreetLevel Bureaucracy, Interprofessional Relations, and Coping Mechanisms: A Study of Criminal Justice Social Workers in the Sentencing Process. S Halliday, N Burns, N Hutton, F McNeill, C Tata. Law & Policy 31 (4), 405-428, 2009. I fought the law and the law won? Legal consciousness and the critical imagination.

Описание: This book covers the principles of administrative law for students of LLB and LLM throughout Pakistan.

Bibliographic information. Ombudsmen: Public Services and Administrative Justice Law in Context. Cambridge University Press, 2002.

How effective is judicial review in securing compliance with administrative law? This book presents an empirically-based study of the influence of judicial review on government agencies. In doing so, it explores judicial review from a regulatory perspective and uses the insights of the regulation literature to reflect on the capacity of judicial review to modify government behavior. On the basis of extensive research with heavily litigated government agencies, the book develops a framework for analyzing and researching the regulatory capacity of judicial review. Combining empirical and legal analysis, it describes the conditions which must exist to maximize judicial review's capacity to secure compliance with administrative law.