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Author Creyke, Robin, author.

Title Control of government action: text cases and commentary / Robin Creyke (author) ; John McMillan (author) ; Mark Smyth (author) ; Matthew Groves (author).

Published Chatswood, NSW : Reed International Books Australia Pty Limited trading as LexisNexis, 2018.

LocationUniM Law High Use 
Call No.KM 82 K1 CREY

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Edition Fifth.
Physical description lxxiii, 1234 pages ; 24 cm
Notes Prepublication record (machine generated from publisher information)
Contents Part A. Accountability in an administrative state. Ch. 1. Administrative law - theory, history and context -- Part B. The framework for challenging and controlling government action -- Ch. 2. The framework for judicial review -- Ch. 3. Merits review and administrative tribunals -- Ch. 4. Other methods of administrative law review -- Ch. 5. Constitutional considerations -- Ch. 6. Rule-making and control of subordinate legislation -- Part C. The criteria for lawful decision-making -- Ch. 7. Foundation concepts of judicial review -- Ch. 8. Unauthorised decision-making -- Ch. 9. Executive power and decision-making -- Ch. 10. Statutory purpose and relevant considerations -- Ch. 11. Natural justice -- Ch. 12. Executive policies, directions and representations -- Ch. 13. Law, fact and evidence -- Ch. 14. Failure to perform a statutory duty -- Ch. 15. Unreasonableness, irrationality and proportionality -- Part D. Remedies for unlawful government action -- Ch. 16. The consequences of unlawful decision-making -- Ch. 17. Judicial review remedies -- Ch. 18. Standing -- Part E. Information and access -- Ch. 19. Access to information -- Ch. 20. Privacy -- Ch. 21. Obtaining reasons for government decisions.
Other author McMillan, John, 1949- author.
Smyth, Mark, author.
Groves, Matthew, author.
Subject Australia. Parliament -- Powers and duties.
Australian.
ISBN 9780409348170 (paperback)
9780409348187 (epub)