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Reasons: process and substance

Timothy Endicott

in Administrative Law

Third edition

Published on behalf of © Timothy Endicott 2015

Published in print April 2015 | ISBN: 9780198714507
Published online June 2015 | e-ISBN: 9780191795732 | DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/he/9780198714507.003.0006
Reasons: process and substance

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This chapter illustrates the principle of relativity by explaining why public authorities may or may not be required to give reasons for their decisions, depending on the type of decision and its context. The discussions cover the deprivation principle; the duty of respect; trigger factors for reasons; the Padfield practicality principle; the content of reasons; how to remedy inadequate reasons; reasons and process danger; and the difference between process and substance, and why it matters.

Keywords: relativity; public authorities; public law; decision making; deprivation principle; practicality principle; administrative law

Chapter.  14866 words. 

Subjects: Constitutional and Administrative Law

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