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  • Page extent: 524 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.69 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521697903)




Australian administrative law

Fundamentals, principles and doctrines

Matthew Groves

H P Lee

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© Matthew Groves, HP Lee 2007

First published 2007

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National Library of Australia Cataloguing in Publication data

Australian administrative law : fundamentals, principles and doctrines.
Includes index.
ISBN 9780521697903 (pbk.).
1. Administrative law – Australia. 2. Administrative remedies – Australia. 3. Judicial
review of administrative acts – Australia. I. Groves, Matthew. II. Lee, H. P., 1947--
342.9406
ISBN 978-0-521-69790-3 paperback

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