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M P Jain and S N Jain Principles of Administrative Law 6Edition

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Author(s)M P Jain and S N Jain
PublisherLexis Nexis
ISBN9788180388552
BindingSoft Cover
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2013

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Lexis Nexis M P Jain and S N Jain Principles of Administrative Law 6Edition by M P Jain and S N Jain

Description Provides a thematic compilation of the principles of Administrative Law Incorporates all new developments that have evolved through a number of significant judicial pronouncements, the focus of which has been to strengthen procedural and substantive safeguards vis-a-vis the administration Includes thorough analysis of key topics such as: Delegated Legislation Judicial Control of Administrative Action Right to Information Principles of Natural Justice Ombudsman and Central Vigilance Commission Government Contracts Critically analyses the latest developments in India such as: The concept of fairness and transparency as new components of the principles of natural justice Relevance of Wednesbury principles in judicial review Scope of the doctrine of legitimate expectation Scope of opportunity of hearing Right to information against judicial officers Analyses in detail the impact of various important Constitutional principles on Administrative law Case law, including important High Court decisions, has been brought up-to-date Standard Reference for Lawyers, Judges, Constitutional Law Experts, Officials of Central and State Government Law Departments, Legislators, Academicians, Libraries attached to State Legislatures/Governments and Law Universities, Political Science Departments, National and State Judicial Training Academies, Research Scholars and Students of Constitutional Law, Administrative Agencies and NGOs