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LAW315 Administrative Law - Exam Notes

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Covers jurisdictional error, jurisdictional fact, ultra vires, privitive clauses, administrative tribunals, reviews, errors of law, errors of fact and important cases for these.

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15 Pages Partial Study Notes > 2 Years old* Previously uploaded under: LAW315 - Constitutional Law and Administration II
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LAW315 Administrative Law - Exam Notes
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Law Public law Administrative law Judicial review Canadian administrative law Hong Kong law United Kingdom administrative law Jurisdictional error Ouster clause Jurisdictional fact Ultra vires Supreme court
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Law Public law Administrative law Judicial review Canadian administrative law Hong Kong law United Kingdom administrative law Jurisdictional error Ouster clause Jurisdictional fact Ultra vires Supreme court
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• Vast majority → authority found in statute. • Decision not conferred within statute → taken under the prerogative and/or s 61 of the Constitution then it is the common law on the prerogative and/ or the constitutional law on the executive power tghat provided the requisite authority, together with the Administrative Arrangements Order (AA). • Principle of legality inherent in the rule of law → decisions taken by any of the 3 arms of govt must be subject to, and in accordance with, the law – the vast majority of govt decisions are subject to judicial reviews. • The most significant judicial review jurisdiction is the Constitution → s 75(v) jurisdiction of the High Court → seen by the court as a means of ensuri...
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