Constitutional And Administrative Law

Author: Chris Taylor
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9781408225226
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Constitutional And Administrative Law from the Author: Chris Taylor. This volume helps you to get to the heart of constitutional and administrative law. It is designed to enable you to remember the important cases and statutes and shows you how to apply your knowledge in exams.

Law Express Constitutional And Administrative Law 4th Edn

Author: Chris Taylor
Publisher: Pearson UK
ISBN: 129201816X
Size: 29.24 MB
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Law Express Constitutional And Administrative Law 4th Edn from the Author: Chris Taylor. The Law Express series is designed to help you revise effectively. This book is your guide to understanding essential concepts, remembering and applying key legislation and making your answers stand out!

Calendar

Author: London School of Economics and Political Science
Publisher:
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Calendar from the Author: London School of Economics and Political Science.

Administrative Law

Author: J. Beatson
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN:
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Administrative Law from the Author: J. Beatson. A comprehensive sourcebook of cases, statutes, and other material on the general principles of British administrative law, are provided in this new edition, which has been extensively revised and updated to reflect recent legal developments.

Essays In Canon Law

Author: Norman Doe
Publisher: University Of Wales Press
ISBN:
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Essays In Canon Law from the Author: Norman Doe.

Public Law In A Multi Layered Constitution

Author: Nicholas Bamforth
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 184731323X
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Public Law In A Multi Layered Constitution from the Author: Nicholas Bamforth. How is the distribution of power between the different levels of the contemporary constitution to be policed? What is the emerging contribution of the courts in regard to EC law,the Human Rights Act 1998 and devolution? What roles should be played by the legislative and judicial bodies at each level? Who should have access to the courts in public law disputes, and on what grounds should the courts regulate the exercise of public power? Can a coherent distinction be maintained between public and private law? These essays by leading public law scholars explore the allocation and regulation of public power in the United Kingdom. At the beginning of the twenty first century it appears that the traditional Diceyan model of a unitary constitution has been superseded as power has come to be distributed - particularly in the post-1997 period - between institutions at European, national, devolved and local level. Furthermore, the courts have come to play a powerful role at all levels through judicial review, while forms of regulation and contracting, together with other informal techniques of governance, have emerged. The contemporary constitution can be characterised as involving a multi-layered distribution of power - a situation which raises many key questions about the role of public law. The essays in this important collection tackle such questions from a variety of perspectives, aiming between them to provide a dynamic picture of the role of public law in the contemporary, multi-layered constitution.