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role of the judicial process in the regulation of competition

Diplock, Kenneth Sir.

role of the judicial process in the regulation of competition

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Published by Magnes Press, Hebrew University, Distributed in Great Britain, the British Commonwealth and Europe by the Oxford University Press in Jerusalem, London, England .
Written in English

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      Statementby Sir W.J. Kenneth Diplock.
      SeriesLionel Cohen lectures / the Hebrew University of Jerusalem ;, 13th ser., 1967, Lionel Cohen lectures ;, 13th ser., 1967.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination27 p. ;
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5664440M
      LC Control Number68114919
      OCLC/WorldCa2276265

      The book reveals that there are indeed common process norms across the very different systems; thus, this study is a counterpart to studies on convergence of substantive rules. The synthesizing chapter observes an emerging 'sympathy of systems' in which global process norms, along with substantive norms, play a critical role. Defining the role of judicial review. Judicial review is the process whereby the judiciary examines the legality of the actions of the executive. Hence it represents the means by which the courts may control the exercise of governmental power. Judicial review is closely aligned with securing the rule of law.. For example, Lord Hoffmann in R (Alconbury) v Secretary of. THE PLACE AND FUNCTION OF JUDICIAL REVIEW IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS ROBERT KRAMER* Administrative Process is an experiment with 'human nature'. In the sheer scope and the nobility of its effort, it has reason to expect more patience and tolerance, and more careful study, than it has received in some quarters.' INTRODUCTIONCited by: 2.


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