Administrative Law

By | August 7, 2018
Administrative Law

Administrative law is the law relating to the administration. It determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities. Read law notes on Legal Bites.

Administrative law is that branch of public law which deals with the organization and powers of administrative and quasi-administrative agencies and prescribes the principles and rules by which an official action is reached and reviewed in relation to individual liberty and freedom.I.P Massey

Important articles and study material on Administrative Law

  1. Definition, Purpose and Sources of Administrative Law
  2. Delegated Legislation
  3. Rule of Law and Administrative Law
  4. Separation of Powers and Administrative Law
  5. Judicial Review of Administrative Action
  6. The Citizen and Administrative Faults
  7. Constitutional Protection to Civil Servants
  8. Practice and procedure of Administrative Adjudication: Rules of Natural Justice
  9. Liability of the Administration
  10. A Comparison Between Legislation and Precedent
  11. Doctrines of Administrative Law
  12. Public Interest Litigation
  13. OMBUDSMAN
  14. Judicial Review of Administrative action
  15. MAGNA CARTA

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