Judicial Remedies in Public Law-Clive Lewis (2014)

“Providing unrivalled coverage of the full range of judicial remedies available to litigants in public law cases, from judicial review to those which are less common, such as habeas corpus, Judicial Remedies in Public Law: Covers the practice and procedure of relevant remedies; Gives you practical advice from start to finish, guiding you through the options at each stage; Consists of detailed guidance on the law, incorporating all major developments, including principles of important case law, as well as legislative developments, demonstrating how these impact on your work; Gives advice on damages available under tort law, contract law, restitution and statutory compensation; Provides thorough and comprehensive legal analysis with an accessible approach Includes description and analysis of remedies available under EU law, enabling you to build a stronger case; Deals with the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998, ensuring that you are working from the most up-to-date reference source; Comes endowed with authoritative commentary which can be relied upon for accuracy and acumen.”–Publisher’s website

Judicial Remedies in Public Law 5th ed
Clive Lewis

ISBN13: 9780414045354
New Edition ISBN: 9780414078338
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847032218
Published: December 2014
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK

Public law — England Public law — Wales Remedies (Law) — England Remedies (Law) — Wales


Availability of Judicial Review.
Choice of Forum and the Exclusivity of Judicial Review Proceedings in Public Law.
Judicially Reviewable Acts and Omissions.
Invalidity, Partial Invalidity and Severance.
The Prerogative Remedies:
Quashing Orders,
Prohibiting Orders and Mandatory Orders.
Machinery of Judicial
Discretion of the Court to Refuse a Remedy and the Exclusion of Judicial Review.
Habeas Corpus.
Appeals and Statutory Applications.
Damages and the Principles Governing Public Authority Liability.
Remedies for the Enforcement of EU Law in National Courts.
References to the European Court for a Preliminary Ruling under Art.234EC

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