Adminstrative Law

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Administrative Law – LWZ312

EXAM NOTES

1.PROBLEM SOLVING2
2.Practical steps2
3.IRAC Method2
4.Standard Exam Answers2
A.INITIAL ISSUES2
B.NATURAL JUSTICE2
(i)Hearing rule2
(ii)Bias rule2
(iii)Jurisdictional errors in natural justice2
5.Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 19772
6.Key principles in judicial review2
7.Narrow/substantive ultra vires2
C.Simple Ultra vires2
(iv)Power to regulate2
(v)Power to prohibit2
(vi)Necessary and convenient clauses2
(vii)Proportionality2
(viii)Uncertainty2
(ix)Statutory interpretation2
(x)Rebuttable presumptions2
D.Procedural ultra vires2
(xi)Notice2
(xii)Consultation2
(xiii)Time limits2
8.Broad ultra vires grounds2
9.Abuse of power2
E.Improper purpose2
F.Bad faith2
10.Irrelevant and relevant considerations2
(xiv)Discretions2
(xv)Relevant considerations2
(xvi)Irrelevant considerations2
G.No evidence2
H.Wednesbury unreasonableness2
I.Irrational fact-finding2
11.Failure to properly exercise a power2
J.failure to perform a statutory duty2
K.unlawful sub-delegation2
(xvii)Express and implied power to delegate2
(xviii)Power of an administrative nature2
(xix)Power of an administrative nature - alter ego doctrine2 (xx)Power of a legislative nature2
(xxi)Power of a judicial nature2
(xxii)Retrospective validation2
L.Unlawful application of policy2
M.Acting under dictation2
N.fettering discretionary power2
O.Estoppel2
12.Jurisdictional error2
P.Summary position in Australia2
(xxiii)For tribunals - (and ordinary administrators):2 (xxiv)For inferior courts:2
(xxv)For both courts and tribunals:2
Q.What are jurisdictional errors?2
(xxvi)Craig v SA2
R.Non-jurisdictional errors of law2
S.The Anisminic doctrine2
(xxvii)Anisminic in Australia2
(xxviii)Quasi-judicial tribunal2
(xxix)Distinction between error of fact and error of law2 13.Jurisdictional fact doctrine2
(xxx)Subjective opinion2
14.Error of law on the face of the record2
T.Error of law and the ADJR Act2
U.Legal effect of a jurisdictional error2
15.Privative or ouster clauses2
V.Federal Private Clauses2
W.Privative clauses under State law2
16.Natural justice2
X.Hayley’s notes2
CONSIDERATIONS THAT CAN REBUT THE PRESUMPTION AGAINST NJ2
Y.Topic 7 study guide2
Z.Kioa v West – summary of Mason J’s judgment2
AA.Study guide 82
17.Bias rule2
BB.Law Society – Brief (Robert Lindsay)2
(xxxi)THE HISTORY OF NATURAL LAW2
(xxxii)PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW2
(xxxiii)THE SOURCE OF POWER TO CORRECT PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS:STATUTE OR COMMON LAW?2 (xxxiv)THE APPLICATION OF PROCEDURAL UNFAIRNESS2
(xxxv)APPLICATION OF NATURAL JUSTICE PRINCIPLES TO DISCIPLINARY BODIES2 (xxxvi)JURISDICTIONAL ERROR2
(xxxvii)JUDICIAL REVIEW REMEDIES2
(xxxviii)LEGITIMATE EXPECTATION IN DECISION-MAKING2
(xxxix)PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS AS AGAINST SUBSTANTIVE PROTECTION: THE ENGLISH POSITION2 (xl)PRIVATE LAW ESTOPPEL2
(xli)THE POTENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SUBSTANTIVE PROTECTION IN AUSTRALIAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: NEVER SAY NEVER2 CC.The rules of procedural fairness [Text]2
(xlii)The fair hearing rule2
(xliii)When does the fair hearing rule apply? The ‘threshold’ question2 (xliv)Statutory exclusion of the hearing rule2
(xlv)The content of the hearing rule2
(xlvi)Content and legitimate expectations2
(xlvii)The rule against bias2
(xlviii)Extending the boundaries of procedural fairness2 18.Standing [from text]2
DD.Hayley’s notes2
EE.6.1 Two Approaches To Standing2
(xlix)Fairness in Australia2
19.Remedies2
FF.Certiorari and Prohibition2...
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