Admin Law Open-book Final Exam HD Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseAdministrative Law
  • Course CodeLAWS2010
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88%Verified Grade
  • Authoramyruss
  • Created2017
  • Pages94
  • Approved25 January 2018

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About these notes

These are complete and clear course summary notes for Administrative Law at University of Sydney. The course code is LAWS2010.

 

These notes are a comprehensive and plainly formatted guide to Administrative Law. Structured in a way that reflects the step-by-step process used for solving problem questions in the open-book final exam. The first page offers an overview of each step and the details of each topic follow under the respective headings. The difference between common law and ADJR Act processes are clearly laid out. These notes include all key case summaries and the main principles in plain language based on the Sem 1 2017 session. Essential legislation is copied in at the end as well as a 1-page short hand summary of remedies. Used to obtain a HD in the final exam. The course code for Admin Law at USYD is LAWS2010 (undergraduate) and these notes are also appropriate for use in the JD subject.

 

Topics include:
– Jurisdiction of the Courts
– Privative/time limit clauses
– Standing
– Procedural grounds of review (and ADJR Act equivalents)
– Substantive grounds of review (and ADJR Act equivalents)
– Error of law/ error of fact (and ADJR Act equivalents)
– By-laws
– Remedies
– No invalidity clauses

 

About the author: These notes are written by a current gun University of Sydney Undergraduate Law student. This student has scored a number of High Distinctions throughout their degree including a subject score of 88% in Administrative Law. Nexus Notes highly recommends the content produced by this Author.

 

 

 

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