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Judicial Report

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Report re judicial control

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Law Administrative discretion Public administration Discretion Primary and secondary legislation Administrative law Separation of powers Fettering of discretion in Singapore administrative law
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Law Administrative discretion Public administration Discretion Primary and secondary legislation Administrative law Separation of powers Fettering of discretion in Singapore administrative law
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Awal Hossain Mollah1 Abstract: Public administration exercises a large volume of power to meet the citizens need in modern democratic welfare state. Today administration is not concerned with only pure administrative function but also involved with a large number of quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial functions. For this respect they have a number of chances to become arbitrary or master of the citizens. So it is very necessary to control them. The existing control systems are legislative, executive and judicial. This paper include only judicial control over administration. To analyse judicial control over administration to this paper firstly, I have been seeking to what extent administration exercise its power What are the sources of its power And what are the problems created by administration in exercising its power Then I have try to seek what are the judicial remedies availa...
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