Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Administrative
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2012-05-04
ISBN: 
9780779849338
Carswell

Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada, 2nd Edition

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An innovative work on the scope of judicial decision-making in Canada, Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada is an innovative work on the scope of judicial decision-making in Canada. It explores the restrictions on which matters courts may decide and which are moot, hypothetical, political in nature or not yet ripe for a decision.

A necessary book for practitioners whose work involves constitutional or administrative matters, it addresses questions such as:

  • When will a matter be dealt with in the courts?
  • When will a matter be decided in the legislature or by the executive branch of the government?
  • Which disputes should appropriately be before a judge?
  • Is an issue too premature, complex, vague, or hypothetical to be decided by a court?

The second edition of Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada has been fully updated, reflecting recent developments relating to climate change, foreign relations, and controversies over national security and the war against terrorism.

Carswell

Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada, 2nd Edition

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An innovative work on the scope of judicial decision-making in Canada, Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada is an innovative work on the scope of judicial decision-making in Canada. It explores the restrictions on which matters courts may decide and which are moot, hypothetical, political in nature or not yet ripe for a decision.

A necessary book for practitioners whose work involves constitutional or administrative matters, it addresses questions such as:

  • When will a matter be dealt with in the courts?
  • When will a matter be decided in the legislature or by the executive branch of the government?
  • Which disputes should appropriately be before a judge?
  • Is an issue too premature, complex, vague, or hypothetical to be decided by a court?

The second edition of Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada has been fully updated, reflecting recent developments relating to climate change, foreign relations, and controversies over national security and the war against terrorism.