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Law Administrative law Government Ultra vires Administrative Appeals Tribunal Judicial review Ombudsman Draft:Torrance T. Stephens Australian administrative law
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It legitimates exercises of authority where they are legal and justifiable and enables challenges to the exercise of authority where these are flawed. Until partway through the 20th century there was no definable body of administrative law. Nevertheless, at common law superior courts had jurisdiction to review prerogative writs. By the mid-20th century, the system of administrative review consisted of judicial review and a range of ad hoc merits review bodies, i.e. tribunals. The insufficiency of this system led to the rise of the new administrative law in the 1960s and 70s. This was pushed by and resulted in social movements for racial equality, women s rights, environmental protection, welfare rights, consumer rights, social reform and individu...
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