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1 1 Introduction to Administrative Law 27 July 28 July 2 Controlling the Executive 30 July 31 July 2 3 3 August 4 August 4 Statutory Interpretation 6 August 7 August 3 5 10 August 11 August 6 Information 13 August 14 August 4 7 Merits Review 17 August 18 August 8 20 August 21 August 5 9 Jurisdictional Error 24 August 25 August 10 Commencing Judicial Review Proceedings 27 August 28 August Tribunal Report due 4pm, Thursday 27 August 6 11 Commencing Judicial Review Proceedings 31 August 1 September 12 3 September 4 September 7 13 Judicial Review’s Remedies 7 September 8 September 14 10 September 11 September 8 15 Grounds of Judicial Review: Procedural Fairness 14 September 15 September 16 17 September 18 September Research Essay due 4pm, Friday 18 September 9 Reading week Mid-Semester Break 10 17 Grounds of Judicial Review 8 October 6 October 18 12 October 9 October 11 19 Grounds of Judicial Review 15 October 13 October 20 19 October 16 October 12 21 Public Law’s Relationship with Private Law 22 October 20 October 22 23 October

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Law Canadian administrative law United Kingdom administrative law Sources of law Administrative Appeals Tribunal Government of Australia Jurisdictional error Common law Statutory interpretation Australian administrative law Administrative law in Singapore
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Law Canadian administrative law United Kingdom administrative law Sources of law Administrative Appeals Tribunal Government of Australia Jurisdictional error Common law Statutory interpretation Australian administrative law Administrative law in Singapore
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affects rights of a citizen as absolute and unfettered FAI Insurance v Winneke Policy – guideline/regulations for officials when exercising discretion • policy must be consistent with the statutes Green v Daniels • Some polices foreshadow what decision to be made while others only provide guidance for decision making or setting out principles and matters to be considered • The legal status of policies ◊ depends on the wording and intended effect of the legislation - sometimes polices made pursuant to a statute amounts to delegated legislation Bleathman v Taylor ◊ there is nothing wrong with a decision maker pursuing a policy which is consistent with statutes and the policy does not preclude the decision maker from taking into account relevant considerations Neat Domestic Trading v AWB Source of legality for decision making • Principle of legality The election of the g...
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