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Law Administrative law Ultra vires Illegality in Singapore administrative law Administrative law in Singapore Toohey
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Limitations will be implied into every grant of power. Even where Parliament appears to intend to grant an unfettered power, limitations will be implied into every grant of power. All power has limits. The nature and extent of these limitations depends on the grant of power and the nature of the discretion. The wider the discretion the less likely it may be that the limitations have been breached. All power has limits... The starting point for these limitations is the inference that if a public officer or public body is given administrative power it is to be exercised in a reasonable and just manner. Sharp v Wakefield. All discretion is to be exercised: "according to the rules of reason and justice, not according to private opinion ... according to law and not humour. It is to be not arbitrary, vague and fanci...
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