This subject provides a critical examination of the rights of individuals, corporations, businesses and the public as a whole in relation to government agencies and officials. It considers the impact of politics and the way rights and entitlements are protected against administrative action, the grounds of redress at several different levels, available remedies and the use of case law and legislative reforms within a democratic framework.
School of Accounting and Finance
Postgraduate students only
LAW260 This subject covers similar material to LAW260, but at a more sophisticated level
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