Administrative Justice in South Africa 2e offers a clear, comprehensive and applied explanation of the principles and framework of administrative justice in South Africa. The text addresses both judicial and non-judicial means for control and enforcement, as well as procedural aspects of administrative law. Practical in its approach, the text provides valuable focus on the application of principles in case law, problem-solving methodology and specific procedural aspects of administrative justice.
The second edition includes a new, unique chapter that considers the implications of administrative justice for the creation of administrative mandates, as opposed to mere control of administrative action once taken, thus employing administrative justice in a more proactive manner.
|Administrative Justice in South Africa - An Introduction
|Geo Quinot; Hugh Corder;Petrus Maree; Melanie Murcott; Michael Kidd; Emma Webber; Janice Bleazard; Steven Budlender
|Oxford University press
|Country of Publication
|University of the Free State, University of Pretoria, University of Stellenbosch
|ADMIN411, LPUB3724, PBL310
|7-8 Working Days