This edition provides an updated look at the remedies in administrative law and the role of judicial discretion, the interpretation and application of statutory restrictions, judicial proposals for a public law approach to liability, and re-evaluations of existing principles of governmental liability.
Also in print KE5015 .S93 2016 LAW (Reserve).
This text provides a comprehensive and practical look at the principles and practices of administrative law. Administrative law principles, such as the right to be heard and the duty to give reasons, are made simple with straightforward language and practical examples.
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Author Sara Blake explains the latest developments relating to the powers and procedures of the many and varied public officials, boards and agencies that exercise statutory authority in this latest edition.
Also in print: KE5015 .A845 2022 LAW (Reserve).
This edition examines key principles and cases by leveraging the distinct voices of leading scholars and instructors from across Canada including an analysis of the recent Vavilov trilogy of cases from the Supreme Court of Canada and their significant affect on how judicial reviews of administrative decisions are now conducted in Canada.
Also in print: KE5015 .S67 2018 LAW (Reserve).
The authors combine a thorough review of case law, historical development, and policy rationales with practical guidance for successfully advocating in a variety of administrative law forums. This blended approach ensures readers have a comprehensive understanding of important topics like constitutional considerations, procedural fairness, discretionary powers, standards of review, and public and private law remedies against governmental action.
This third edition provides an updated look at administrative law in Canada, taking the new case law into account while providing readers with a comprehensive guide to the subject. It is a valuable reference for anyone involved in the practice or study of administrative law.
Rather than attempting to discuss the abundance of case law which emerges yearly from every Canadian jurisdiction, the authors provide a conceptual framework for understanding this ever-changing body of law.
This book takes a multi-jurisdictional approach to regulatory law principles and regulatory processes, describing case law and regulatory processes in jurisdictions across the Common law world and beyond.