Judicial Review: A New Zealand Perspective, 4th edition

Indispensable for those working or studying in the critical area of administrative law and the courts.

NZD$ 200.00
In Stock
Release Date: August 01, 2018
ISBN/ISSN: 9780947514570

Product description

Judicial Review: A New Zealand Perspective, 4th edition covers the structure, perspective, process and procedure of judicial review in New Zealand. It covers the grounds of judicial review by examining who (review of conferral of power), how (review of procedure of acting), what (review of exceeding the limits of power), and why (review of the reasons for acting). The succinct style and practical focus will allow a reader with a specific problem to find the relevant principles and case law quickly and easily. Recent movements in judicial approaches are traced, discussed and evaluated to ensure readers have the most up-to-date information.


• Expert guidance on an important area of the law
• Highly practical focus
• Holistic view of the topic

Related LexisNexis Titles

Webb, Dalziel & Cook, Ethics, Professional Responsibility and the Lawyer, 3rd edition, 2016
Dorset, Student Companion: Public Law, 6th edition, 2016
Earles, Douglas, Kelly & Kelly, Dobbie’s Probate and Administration Practice, 6th edition, 2014


Featured Authors

Table of contents

PART 1: The Basic Structure of Judicial Review

Chapter 1: The Nature of Judicial Review

Chapter 2: The Breadth of Judicial Review

Chapter 3: The Depth of Judicial Review

Chapter 4: The Relationship between Judicial Review and Appeals

PART 2: The Process of Judicial Review

Chapter 5: The Primary Means of Judicial Review

Chapter 6: Other Means of Judicial Review

Chapter 7: Parties

PART 3: Procedure and Evidence

Chapter 8: Interlocutory Procedures

Chapter 9: Information Gathering Before Proceedings

Chapter 10: Evidence in Judicial Review Proceedings

PART 4: Grounds of Judicial Review

Chapter 11: Introduction to Grounds of Judicial Review

Chapter 12: Who? Review of the Conferral of Power

Chapter 13: How? Review of the Procedure of Acting

Chapter 14: What? Review of Exceeding the Limits of Powers

Chapter 15: Why? Review of the Reasons for Acting

Chapter 16: The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990