Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Administrative
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2020-08-04
Carswell

Principles of Administrative Law, 7th Edition

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Principles of Administrative Law, Seventh Edition is the indispensable text for an understanding of the principles and concepts of contemporary administrative law in Canada. Rather than attempting to discuss the abundance of case law which emerges yearly from every Canadian jurisdiction, the authors provide a conceptual framework for understanding this ever-changing body of law.

The work covers all important topics in the field, including:

  • Constitutional considerations
  • The concept of a statutory delegate
  • The acquisition of jurisdiction
  • Procedural fairness
  • Discretionary powers
  • Standards of review
  • Public and private law remedies against governmental action

The seventh edition incorporates significant recent jurisprudence from the Supreme Court of Canada and various courts of appeal including Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Vavilov.

Carswell

Principles of Administrative Law, 7th Edition

Availability: In Stock

Description

Principles of Administrative Law, Seventh Edition is the indispensable text for an understanding of the principles and concepts of contemporary administrative law in Canada. Rather than attempting to discuss the abundance of case law which emerges yearly from every Canadian jurisdiction, the authors provide a conceptual framework for understanding this ever-changing body of law.

The work covers all important topics in the field, including:

  • Constitutional considerations
  • The concept of a statutory delegate
  • The acquisition of jurisdiction
  • Procedural fairness
  • Discretionary powers
  • Standards of review
  • Public and private law remedies against governmental action

The seventh edition incorporates significant recent jurisprudence from the Supreme Court of Canada and various courts of appeal including Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Vavilov.