Prazo de entrega entre 3 a 4 semanas.
O recebimento de encomendas internacionais está sujeito a procedimentos aduaneiros e isto pode causar atrasos além do tempo estimado de entrega.
Paperback: 808 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 4 edition (27 January 2011)
Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 6.7 x 1.6 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.7 pound
- Provides comprehensive coverage of all key components of an undergraduate course in administrative law, and is therefore an invaluable course text
- Extracts from key cases, articles and other materials are combined with detailed commentary, giving the student an accessible casebook and textbook in one volume
- Questions and further reading provide students with prompts for discussion and opportunities for further study
New to This Edition
- Fully updated, with analysis of major new cases in areas including human rights (the Belmarsh Prison case), jurisdictional error (R (Cart) v Upper Tribunal), the scope of Article 6 ECHR (Ali v Birmingham City Council, Tsfayo v UK), the right to notice (Home Secretary v AF (No 3), and the right to a fair hearing (R (Smith) v Parole Board).
- Discussion of new legislation, including the Inquiries Act 2005 and the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007.
- Expanded discussion of substantive review and deference in Human Rights Act cases, reflecting developments in the case law and the academic literature.
- Accompanied by an invaluable Online Resource Centre, containing biannual updates to the text and a list of useful web links.
Beatson, Matthews and Elliott's Administrative Law Text & Materials combines carefully selected extracts from key cases, articles, and other sources with detailed commentary. Aimed at undergraduates studying administrative law, it provides comprehensive coverage of the subject and brings together in one volume the best features of a textbook and a casebook.
Administrative law is presented in this book as the expression of a set of deeper constitutional and other policy concerns which fundamentally shape the relationship between the individual and the state, rather than simply as a body of legal rules which regulates that relationship.
Online Resource Centre
This book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre, which includes bi-annual updates to the text, and a list of useful web links.
Readership: Law undergraduates or postgraduates studying administrative law.