New Zealand Judicial Review Handbook, 2nd edition

Author(s): Matthew Smith New Zealand Judicial Review Handbook, 2nd edition

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With 81 chapters, this is the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to cases that impact the law of judicial review and the principles that underpin them. The book meets the needs of practitioners, and covers all the stages of judicial review processes and contains pinpoint references to cases to support propositions in the commentary. It also includes key provisions from legislation relevant to judicial review. The book is modelled on the successful English text Fordham’s Judicial Review Handbook.

 

  • Chapter 1 Practicalities
  • Chapter 2 Theory
  • Chapter 3 Targets
  • Chapter 4 Bases
  • Chapter 5 Impacts
  • Chapter 6 Appeals
  • Chapter 7 New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
  • Chapter 8 Context
  • Chapter 9 Duty
  • Chapter 10 Economics/Incentives
  • Chapter 11 Fidelity
  • Chapter 12 Fundamentals
  • Chapter 13 Globalisation
  • Chapter 14 Harmony
  • Chapter 15 Implication
  • Chapter 16 Indigeneity
  • Chapter 17 Interpretation
  • Chapter 18 Justice
  • Chapter 19 Materiality
  • Chapter 20 Minimalism
  • Chapter 21 Precedent
  • Chapter 22 Property rights
  • Chapter 23 Realism
  • Chapter 24 Responsiveness
  • Chapter 25 Simplicity and certainty
  • Chapter 26 Supervision
  • Chapter 27 Symbiosis
  • Chapter 28 Workability
  • Chapter 29 Pleadings
  • Chapter 30 Evidence
  • Chapter 31 Onus and Burden
  • Chapter 32 Fact Finding
  • Chapter 33 Amenability
  • Chapter 34 Alternative Remedies
  • Chapter 35 Ouster
  • Chapter 36 Standing
  • Chapter 37 Collateral Challenge
  • Chapter 38 Correctness
  • Chapter 39 Hard Look
  • Chapter 40 Tolerance
  • Chapter 41 Non-justiciability
  • Chapter 42 Due Deference
  • Chapter 43 Abdication and dictation
  • Chapter 44 Bad Faith
  • Chapter 45 Bias
  • Chapter 46 Conflict of Interest
  • Chapter 47 Consistency
  • Chapter 48 Consultation
  • Chapter 49 Contravention of BORA, s 27
  • Chapter 50 Delay
  • Chapter 51 Delegation
  • Chapter 52 Error of Law
  • Chapter 53 Factual Findings
  • Chapter 54 Improper Purpose
  • Chapter 55 Innominate Grounds
  • Chapter 56 Irrationality
  • Chapter 57 Legitimate Expectations
  • Chapter 58 Misrepresentation/Mistake/Fraud
  • Chapter 59 Natural Justice
  • Chapter 60 Predetermination
  • Chapter 61 Proportionality
  • Chapter 62 Reasons
  • Chapter 63 Relevancies and Irrelevancies
  • Chapter 64 Self-fettering
  • Chapter 65 Substantive Unfairness
  • Chapter 66 Treaty of Waitangi
  • Chapter 67 Ultra Vires
  • Chapter 68 Unreasonableness
  • Chapter 69 Weight
  • Chapter 70 Interim Relief
  • Chapter 71 Interlocutories
  • Chapter 72 Cross-examination
  • Chapter 73 Interveners
  • Chapter 74 Best Remedy
  • Chapter 75 Remedies
  • Chapter 76 Ancillary Orders
  • Chapter 77 Invalidity
  • Chapter 78 Severance
  • Chapter 79 Curing
  • Chapter 80 Costs
  • Chapter 81 On Appeal
  • Appendices
  • Table of Statutes and Regulations
  • Table of Cases

Publication dateDecember 2016
FormatPaperback
PublisherThomson Reuters
Books ISBN: 9780947486730
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