The 3rd edition of Civil Proceedings and the State provides the practitioner with a comprehensive and definitive analysis of the practice of public and administrative law in the State. In addition to containing an authoritative and fully updated commentary on the applicable statutes, rules of court and practice directions, it includes a completely revised set of precedents, thereby facilitating the application of the law. New to this edition * All chapters are revised and rewritten to take account of developments in the law and practice of judicial review, habeas corpus and cases stated that have occurred during the past 12 years, since the previous edition published * Up-dated precedents suitable for the demands of a busy practice * Practical consideration as to the choice of correct procedures or remedies * New chapter on Statutory Appeals * Comprehensive description of the law on the application in practice of the European Convention of Human Rights in Ireland Key features * An authoritative source for the analysis and interpretation of the statutes, rules and practice in the field of public and administrative law * Fully revised and up to date description of relevant case law and legislation * Advice and guidance in the day-to-day practice of public and administrative law * Modern precedents capable of being adapted to meet all foreseeable challenges Contents Appeal by way of Case Stated; Other forms of Cases Stated; Orders Affecting Personal Liberty; Judicial Review Forms of Relief; Judicial Review Procedure; Statutory Appeals; Constitutional Litigation I Standing and other preliminary issues Constitutional Litigation II Reliefs and procedures; References under Article 26 of the Constitution; Relator Proceedings; European Union Law in the Irish Courts Proceedings under the European Convention on Human Rights; Private Litigation; Annexes & Precedents Authors Anthony M. Collins is a Judge at the General Court of the European Union having previously been a Senior Counsel specialising in all aspects of public and administrative law James O Reilly is a Senior Counsel with over a quarter century s experience of practice at the Inner Bar in the fields of administrative, commercial and public law
Publisher: Round Hall Ltd
Edition: 3rd edition
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