Journals Higher Education

£24.99

Paperback

Published: 26 November 2015

576 Pages

240x168mm

ISBN: 9780199056576


Bookseller Code (AU)

Administrative Justice in South Africa

An Introduction

Geo Quinot, Hugh Corder, Petrus Maree, Melanie Murcott, Michael Kidd, Emma Webber, Janice Bleazard, and Steven Budlender

  • The text offers an introduction to the framework of the administrative justice system and judicial review, presenting the relevant legal rules in a clear, accessible and applied manner.
  • Highlighting the facilitative dimension of administrative justice, it offers a perspective of administrative justice which supports the public administrations constitutional mandate to reflect and deliver social justice.
  • The text addresses procedural aspects of administrative justice, and provides useful discussion of remedial options, the latter being an area for particular ongoing development in administrative law.
  • The text is underpinned by a rich pedagogical framework that delivers content in a manner which is inherently challenging and formative. This pedagogical engagement develops coherent intellectual understanding and an advanced level of academic skill.
  • The text is applied in approach, supporting teaching and learning in a manner which integrates theory with application. This approach is further supported by adjacent teaching and learning resources, including a guide, available to students, that coaches the skill of applying legal rules to problem- and case-based scenarios in administrative justice.
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