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LWB335 Examination Notes

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These are examination notes for the final exam that I did in first semester 2015.

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Administrative law Administrative Appeals Tribunal Primary and secondary legislation Kioa v West Ouster clause Jurisdictional error Threshold issues in Singapore administrative law Administrative law in Singapore
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Administrative law Administrative Appeals Tribunal Primary and secondary legislation Kioa v West Ouster clause Jurisdictional error Threshold issues in Singapore administrative law Administrative law in Singapore
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Statutory approach .................................................... 61 DECISIONS NOT AUTHORISED BY THE ENACTMENT 1. Limits on statutory power ......................................... 62 2. Rule against delegation ............................................. 63 NO EVIDENCE AND ERROR OF LAW 1. No evidence ............................................................... 65 2. Error of law on the face of the record ....................... 68 JURISDICTIONAL ERROR 1. Jurisdictional error under statute .............................. 69 2. Jurisdictional error under common law .................... 69 3. Privative clauses and jurisdictional error .................. 73 JUDICIAL REVIEW REMEDIES 1. Remedies under common law judicial review ........... 74 2. Remedies under statutory judicial review ................. 77 MERITS REVIEW 1. Merits review generally .......................
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