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Administrative Law Full Summary

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Complete summary of admin law during 2016 S1. Distinction level notes. Commentary and notes. 204 pages.

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Law Common law Legal history Separation of powers Administrative law Primary and secondary legislation Jurisdiction Supreme court South African administrative law Australian administrative law
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Law Common law Legal history Separation of powers Administrative law Primary and secondary legislation Jurisdiction Supreme court South African administrative law Australian administrative law
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No man is punishable unless they have breached the law 2. Every person is subject to the law i.e. no one is above the law 3. The Constitution (the law) is the result of previous judicial decisions determining the rights of private persons = the Constitution is the consequence of our rights • ROL is an assumption → Constitution depends upon this assumption • Separation of powers – a system of checks and balances • Legislature – Executive - Judiciary • Not practiced in purest form e.g. ministers are Executive and Legislature • Responsible government – the Executive is accountable to the Legislature for its actions. The governments right to govern continues only with confidence of the Lower House = confidence of the people • Constitutionalism – principle of limited government • Parliament + Executive limited by; 1. Written constitutional rules as to how an...
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