Public Law

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رقم التسجيلة 1702
نوع المادة book
ردمك 0-421-39300-9
رقم الطلب 342 M141p
شخص McEldowney, John F

العنوان Public Law
بيانات النشر London, [UNITED KINGDOM]: Sweet and Maxwell, 1994.
الوصف المادي xxxix, 757p
الملاحظات الببليوجرافية

Includes bibliographical references and index

المحتويات / النص

V. Preface -- XVII. Table of Cases -- XXVIII. Table of statuses -- XXXVIII. Table of statutory instruments -- Part I: An introduction to public law -- Chapter 1. An introduction to the constitution of the United Kingdom -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The unwritten constitution in historical perspective -- (a) England (b) Wales (c) Scotland (d) Ireland (e) The commonwealth -- 3. Government and the constitution -- (a) Political science and the constitution -- (b) Dicey's influence -- 4. The European dimension -- (a) The E.C. legal order -- (b) Sovereignty and the E.C. -- (c) The E.C. and future constitutional arrangements in the U.K. : some conclusions -- Chapter 2. Parliament -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Function of the Parliament -- (a) The separation of the Powers -- (b) The forms of legislation -- (c) debate and scrutiny -- (d) Parliament, the crown and prerogative -- 3. The house of lords -- (a) Composition -- (b) Select committees -- (c) House of lords reform -- 4. Parliamentary privileges -- Chapter 3. Government -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Government -- (a) Central and local -- (b) Crown and prerogative -- (i) definition and review -- (ii) the prerogative in foreign affairs -- 3. Cabinet and prime minister -- (a) Powers and functions -- 4. Collective and individual ministerial responsibility -- 5. The civil service -- (a) definition -- (b) role and function of the civil service -- Chapter 4. Conventions and the rule of law -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Conventions -- 3. The rule of law -- Chapter 5. An introduction to administrative law -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Historical perspectives and administrative law -- (a) State intervention and legislation -- (b) Courts, lawyers and legal techniques -- 3. Allocation of functions -- (a) Legislation, and delegated legislation -- (c) Central and local government -- (d) Fringe organizations and statutory bodies -- 4. Courts -- (a) The judiciary and administrative of justice -- (b) The development of judicial review -- 5. Tribunals and inquiries -- Part 2: Public law, politics, Ideas and influences -- Chapter 6. The electorate, politics and the constitution -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Parliamentary democracy, origins, ideas and influences -- (a) Dicey, parliamentary sovereignty and popular democracy -- (b) Parliamentary franchise 1932-1948 -- 3. The electorate -- (a) The franchise -- (b) Constituency boundaries -- (c) Elections -- 4. Europe -- 5. Manifesto, mandate and pressure groups -- (a) Manifest and mandate -- (b) pressure groups -- 6. Electoral reform -- Chapter 7. Public law and legal thought -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The common law tradition -- 3. The historical legacy -- (a) The science of law -- (b) The statistical movement -- (c) Dicey and his contemporaries -- 4. Contemporary writers and public law -- (a) Robson and Laski -- (b) Public law and political change -- Chapter 8. The European Union -- 1. Introduction -- 2. European ideas and influences -- (a) historical influences -- (b) The European convention on human rights and fundamental freedoms -- (c) Membership of the E.C.: aims and objectives -- 3. Institutions and structures -- (a) Council and commission -- (b) The European parliament -- (c) The court of justice -- 4. Policies and objectives -- (a) The treaty on European union -- (b) Towards a European public law? -- Part 3: The public law of the United Kingdom -- Chapter 9. Central government and accountability -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Accountability defined -- (a) The party system -- 3. The role of parliament -- (a) Scrutiny and passage of legislation -- (b) Select committees -- (c) Parliamentary debate and ministerial responsibility -- 4. Government and the crown -- (a) Ministers and public interest immunity -- (b) Government and secrecy -- 5. Policy formation and government -- Chapter 10. Public administration and management -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Civil service-evolution and reform -- 3. Management techniques -- 4. The next steps -- 5. Administrative agencies -- (a) Agencies, accountability and control -- (b) Civil servants and ministers -- (c) Assessing management in the civil service -- Chapter 11. Public finance -- 1. Introduction -- (a) Public revenue -- (b) The control of the public expenditure -- 2. The treasury, planning and controlling public expenditure -- (a) The treasury -- (b) Planning and controlling public expenditure -- (c) The bank of England -- 3. Parliament -- (a) The committee of of Public Accounts (PAC), the new select committees and the comptroller and auditor general ( C & AG ) -- 4. The national audit office -- 5. The courts -- Chapter 12. Local government -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The role and function of local government -- (a) Evolution and change -- (b) Elections -- 3. Change and structure in local government -- (a) Structure and organization -- (b) Competitive tendering for local authority services -- 4. Central local government relations -- (a) Local authority finance -- (b) The courts and local authority activities -- 5. Audit commission and accountability -- (a) The audit commission and local authority audit -- (b) Accountability -- Chapter 13. Privatisation and regulation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Nationalization -- (a) policy and structures -- (b) Government as a regulator of the nationalised industries -- (c) Accountability of the nationalised industries -- 3. Privatisations, policy and objectives -- 4. Regulations, structure and techniques -- (a) Privatisation of the utilities -- (b) The regulatory structure -- 5. Future directions -- Chapter 14. Citizens' Grievances -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Informal mechanisms of complaints and M.P's -- 3. Tribunals and inquiries -- (a) Tribunals -- (b) Inquiries -- 4. Ombudsmen: local and central -- (a) Central government -- (b) Local commissioners for administration -- 5. The citizen's charter -- Chapter 15. Judicial review -- 1. Introduction -- (a) The scope of judicial review -- (b) The classification of administrative decision-making -- (c) Statutory appeals -- 2. Public and private law -- 3. Grounds for review -- (a) Ultra vires and excess of jurisdiction -- (b) Abuse of discretion -- (c) Natural justice -- (d) Excluding judicial review -- 4. Future directions -- Chapter 16. Remedies -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Forms of relief -- 3. The law of standing -- (a) Standing in private law -- (b) Standing in public law -- 4. Public law remedies -- (a) Procedural matters -- (b) The discretionary nature of remedies -- (c) Void and voidable administrative action -- (d) Certiorari, Prohibition and mandamus -- (e)  Habeas corpus  -- 5. Private law remedies -- (a) Declaration and injunction -- (b) The crown -- (c) Discovery, damages and restitution -- (d) Tort and contract liability of public authorities -- Chapter 17. Public order -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Historical perspectives -- 3. Police powers -- (a) Public meetings and assemblies -- (b) Breach of the peace -- (c) Offences under the public order act 1986 -- (d) Police organisations and accountability -- 4. Military powers and states of emergency -- Chapter 18. Secrecy and the state -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Open government and official secrets --  (a) Official secrets legislation (b) The security services -- 3. Press and media -- 4. Freedom of expression -- (a) Blasphemy and defamation -- (b) Contempt of court -- Chapter 19. Northern Ireland -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Political, economic and social background -- (a) Historical developments in the formation of Northern Ireland -- (b) The government of Northern Ireland 1920-72 -- 3. Constitutional status (a) Northern Ireland Constitution Act 1973 -- (b) The Anglo-Irish agreement -- (c) Joint declaration, 1993 -- 4. Emergency powers and the protection of civil liberties -- (a) Police powers -- (b) Trial and evidence -- (c) The rule of law -- 5. Future developments -- Chapter 20. The citizen and civil liberties -- 1. Introduction -- 2. A bill of rights -- (a) European convention on human rights -- (b) Canadian charter on rights and freedoms -- 3. Citizens' rights and citizenship -- (a) Religion and race -- (b) Privacy -- (c) Work -- 4. Immigration, citizenship and extradition -- (a) Citizenship -- (b) Deportation -- 5. Personal freedom -- (a) The police and personal freedom -- (b) Arrest -- (c) Search and seizure -- (d) Interrogation of suspects -- (e) Complaints against the police -- Chapter 21. Constitutional reform -- 1. Introduction -- 2. A written constitution? -- 3. Local and central government -- 4. Administrative law -- (a) Patterns in the development of Judicial review -- (b) Procedural exclusivity and the rule in O'Reilly v. Mackman -- (c) Non-department public bodies and regulatory agencies -- (d) The citizens' charter -- (e) Principles of good administration -- 5. The European Union -- 6. Pubic law scholarship

المواضيع Constitutional and administrative law

الواصفات PUBLIC LAW
LAW
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
UNITED KINGDOM