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Judicial review of questions of law: A comparative perspective

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All systems of administrative law resolve similar issues. They elaborate tests for review of law, fact and discretion. Comparative law enables us to analyze diverse approaches to the same issue, while being mindful of legal/cultural reasons for those differences. Comparative discourse facilitates consideration of whether doctrinal variations across legal systems are relatively minor, so that the regimes do the same thing in slightly different ways, or whether doctrinal variants reflect dee...

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Department:
St Johns College
Publisher:
Edward Elgar Publisher's website
Host title:
Comparative Administrative Law
Publication date:
2010-12-05
Pubs id:
pubs:679536
URN:
uri:bd3fe446-5222-41d6-b9b6-739d4016b3ca
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uuid:bd3fe446-5222-41d6-b9b6-739d4016b3ca
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pubs:679536

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