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Title Page

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Copyright Page

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Contents

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p. iii

Abbreviations

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pp. v-vi

Glossary, Acknowledgments

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pp. vii-ix

Table of Cases Digested

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pp. xi-xvii

Table of Foreign Cases Referred To

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pp. xix-xxiii

Table of Statutes

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p. xxv

Preface

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pp. xxvii-xli

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Chapter One: Procedure in Applications for Prerogative Orders

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pp. 1-19

What this chapter contains are cases which deal mainly with procedural matters in applications for Prerogative Remedies. Many such applications have foundered for the simple reason that the applicants did not comply with the correct procedure. One such procedural requirement...

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Chapter Two: Constitutional Principles and Human Rights

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pp. 21-88

In many cases constitutional law and administrative law overlap. Indeed, as stated earlier, the main source of administrative law is constitutional law. As Prof. Wade points out...

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Chapter Three: Jurisdiction of Courts and Ouster of Jurisdiction

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pp. 89-120

Statutory ouster of the jurisdiction of courts and the approach of courts in interpreting such statutory provisions are the dominant theme in this chapter. Cases in this chapter cover questions of the supervisory role to the High Court over inferior tribunals or statutory bodies...

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Chapter Four: Prerogative Orders and Alternative Remedies

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pp. 121-151

Prerogative orders or remedies are a family name for remedies of certiorari, mandamus, prohibition and habeas corpus. As we have seen earlier, remedies of certiorari and prohibition are remedies which issue from the High Court and both are designed to keep inferior...

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Chapter Five: Natural Justice, Discretion, and Fairness

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pp. 153-189

One of the principles of natural justice is that a party must not be condemned unheard. It is expressed in Latin as Audi alteram partem which, simply translated, means “Hear the other side”. So fundamental is this principle that it has been held that if a tribunal violates...

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Chapter Six: The Right to Legal Representation

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pp. 191-203

The right to be represented by counsel has been recognized for many years in most jurisdictions. More than seventy years ago, in the famous American case of Powell v. Alabama (1932) 287 US 45, the Supreme Court of the United States of America justified...

Cases on Specific Legal Themes

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pp. 204-230

Table of Cases Digested

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pp. 231-233

Bibliography

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p. 235

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