An innovative and comprehensive new text, containing highly readable coverage of public law with imaginative use of case studies illustrating the concept of public law process. Public Law addresses the major practical and theoretical issues relating to the sources of government legal power, and the main systems of scrutiny and redress. Particular attention is paid to understanding political considerations in the public law context, the process of judicial review, and in assessing the growing impact of the European Community and EC law on public law in the UK.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Tables of Cases and statutes
Part A: Perspectives on the Constitution
1. What is Public Law?
2. The case studies.
3. An institutional approach.
4. The policy cycle and public law.
5. Power and Public Law.
6. Principles of Limited Government.
Part B: The Legal Basis of Government action.
7. The legal basis of government action - Introduction.
8. Acts of Parliament.
9. Case Study - Sunday Trading Act.
10. Delegated legislation: making statutory instruments.
11. Case Study: Making Board and Lodging Regulations.
12. Perogative and non- statutory powers.
14. Case study: Making the Working Time Directive.
Part C: Challenging and Scrutinising Public Power
15. Challenging and Scrutinising Public Power: an overview.
16. Parliamentary scrutinising of government action.
17. Case study: GCHQ Union Ban scrutinised in Parliament.
20. Introductory Judicial Review.
- Data Publicarii : 1997
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 792
- ISBN : 9780582087309