Judicial Review

Judicial Review

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"Now in its third edition, "Supperstone, Goudie amp Walker: Judicial Review" is still the only study of its kind providing an authoritative and comprehensive text on the entire law of judicial review. Fully updated, this title provides a thorough, detailed analysis of this complex area of law from a team of judicial review experts. It contains an essential account of relevant cases plus examples of the application of the general principles, covering the law of judicial review in a number of areas, including local government, town and country planning, immigration and housing and social security. The third edition also contains a new chapter on Human Rights, a new chapter on Devolution plus a detailed chapter on judicial review in Scotland. "Supperstone, Goudie amp Walker: Judicial Review" is the only title that gives the depth and expertise of guidance needed to enable practitioners to advise and make decisions with complete confidence."show more

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  • Hardback | 861 pages
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Butterworths Law
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • 0406974519
  • 9780406974518

Table of contents

"Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Judicial review: the historical background; Chapter 3: Judicial review: its provenance and scope; Chapter 4: The Human Rights Act and Judicial Review; Chapter 5: The Ambit of Judicial Review; Chapter 6: Illegality: the problem of jurisdiction; Chapter 7: Discretionary powers-the limits of legality; Chapter 8: Unreasonableness and proportionality; Chapter 9: Procedural rules and consultation; Chapter 10: Natural justice and fairness-the audi alteram partem rule; Chapter 11: Bias-interest and favour; Chapter 12: Other Grounds of Review; Chapter 13: Crown proceedings; Chapter 14: European Union Law; Chapter 15: Remedies: Mandatory, Probiliting and Quashing Orders; Chapter 16: Declarations, injunctions and Money Remedies; Chapter 17: Restrictions on remedies; Chapter 18: Procedure: The early stages; Chapter 19: Procedure: The hearing and appeals; Chapter 20: Devolution; Chapter 21: Judicial Review in Scotland."show more