Questions and Answers: Public Law, 3rd edition (eBook)
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Questions and Answers Public Law, 3rd Edition guides students through a variety of problems, essay and questions to assist them in consolidating their understanding of public law and in preparation for exams.
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Questions help students build upon their existing knowledge and identify more complex issues. A suggested solution is provided for each question and common pitfalls and key issues are identified.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Exam advice
Chapter 2 English constitutional history and the royal prerogative
Chapter 3 Parliamentary supremacy
Chapter 4 The rule of law
Chapter 5 Constitutional conventions
Chapter 6 The Separation of powers
Chapter 7 Judicial Review
Chapter 8 The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990
Chapter 9 Maori and the Crown