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Douglas and Jones's Administrative Law: Commentary and Materials
5 Rev ed
This 5th edition of Douglas and Jones's Administrative Law provides clarity and a contemporary perspective on administrative law today.Douglas, in this new 5th edition has: Totally rewritten, restructured and completely updated and revised this edition to provide greater clarity and a contemporary perspective on administrative law, particularly in the area of natural justice An overview of the substantial changes to content and structure are: Outdated cases have been replaced by more recent cases such as Tang v Griffith University, Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v Rajamanikkam, and other important recent cases are extracted, including Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex Parte Lam and Plaintiff S 157/2002 v Commonwealth There is a new section on the Auditor General, and current information about the law on anti-corruption commissions has been updated to take account of the Corruption and Crime Commission Act 2003 (WA) The chapter on Administrative Tribunals has been updated to include references to the Tasmanian and Western Australian merits reviews procedures, and The coverage of delegated legislation includes detailed references to the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 (Cth) Douglas and Jones's Administrative Law new 5th edition is served well by its companion volume Administrative Law - Context and Critique by Michael Head, which is particularly useful for those who require a concise, clear legal analysis of administrative law.