This is a booklet detailing administrative law in Canada. It was taught by a constitutional law expert, Joseph Magnet, at the University of Ottawa. Contents include case law briefs and principles on the following:
1) Sources of administrative law
2) Procedural fairness principles (e.g. holders of public office)
3) Cabinet Decisions, Appeals, By-Laws, Rule Making, Policy-Making
4) Rights, Privileges, Interests, Procurement, Recommending
5) Legitimate Expectations and Issue Estoppel
6) Constitutional Dimensions
7) Statutory Powers Act
8) Notice, Discovery and Delay
9) Oral Hearings, Open Hearings and the Right to Counsel
10) Disclosure, Access, Privilege and Evidence
11) Delegation, Bias and Institutional Design
12) Independence, Duty to Give Reasons, Content of Reasons
13) Standards of Review
15) Discretion and Limits
A PDF And word version are available.
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