Scope of Administrative Law

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Administrative Law as a law is limited to concerning powers and procedures of administrative agencies. It is limited to the powers of adjudication or rule-making power of the authorities. Thus, it is limited to:

  • Establishment, organization and powers of various administrative bodies
  • Delegated legislation - the Rule-making power of the authorities
  • Judicial functions of administrative agencies such as tribunals
  • Remedies available such as Writs, Injunction etc.
  • Procedural guarantees such as the application of principles of Natural Justice
  • Government liability in tort
  • Public corporations

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