Administrative Law 5th edition
The approach adopted in the first four editions has been retained, namely that administrative law is a specialized branch of constitutional law and that a sound knowledge of constitutional law and a thorough un
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The approach adopted in the first four editions has been retained, namely that administrative law is a specialized branch of constitutional law and that a sound knowledge of constitutional law and a thorough understanding of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 are prerequisites for an understanding of administrative law.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: - The foundation of South African administrative law
Chapter 2: - The primary sources of administrative law: The constitutional right to just administrative action and the promotion of administrative justice act
Chapter 3: - The sources of administrative law
Chapter 4: - The separation of powers
Chapter 5: - Transformative constitutionalism and its impact on administrative law
Chapter 6: - The classification of administrative action
Chapter 7: - The concept €œadministrative action€?
Chapter 8: - The requirements for the achievement and upholding of the right to just administrative action
Chapter 9: - The requirements for the proper exercise of general administrative powers and functions
Chapter 10: - The administrator's duty to act fairly €“ section 3 of Promotion of Administrative Justice Act
Chapter 11: - Procedural fairness which affects the public €“ section 4
Chapter 12: - Written reasons for administrative action €“ section 5
Chapter 13: - The control of administrative action under a system of constitutional supremacy
Chapter 14: - Statutory grounds of judicial review of administrative action section 6(2)
Chapter 15: - Non-compliance with formal requirements relating to administrative action €“ section 6(2)(b)
Chapter 16: - Judicial review of procedural unfairness €“ section 6(2)(c)
Chapter 17: - The action was materially influenced by an error of law €“ section 6(2)(d)
Chapter 18: - The review of discretionary power €“ section 6(2)(e)
Chapter 19: - The review of irrational, unreasonable and disproportionate decision-making section 6(2)(f) and (h)
Chapter 20: - Failure to take a decision as a ground of review €“ section 6(2)(g)
Chapter 21: - Action that is otherwise unconstitutional or unlawful section 6(2)(i)
Chapter 22: - Procedural issues surrounding judicial review
Chapter 23: - Procedural issues surrounding judicial review
Chapter 24: - Remedies and orders