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Administrative Law I by National Open University Of Nigeria

  

Administrative Law I by National Open University Of Nigeria

Administrative Law I by National Open University Of Nigeria

This note will demonstrate that the relationship amongst the tripod or trilogy of legislature, executive and judiciary is not all there is to lawmaking, law execution and law enforcement. But, much more than that, the note will introduce to you the legal regime that authorizes or permits these governmental agencies whether at the Federal, State or Local government levels to make and enforce rules, regulations, bye-laws and policies in their various spheres of influence to the benefit or detriment of members of the public.

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Administrative Law I by National Open University Of Nigeria

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This note will demonstrate that the relationship amongst the tripod or trilogy of legislature, executive and judiciary is not all there is to lawmaking, law execution and law enforcement. But, much more than that, the note will introduce to you the legal regime that authorizes or permits these governmental agencies whether at the Federal, State or Local government levels to make and enforce rules, regulations, bye-laws and policies in their various spheres of influence to the benefit or detriment of members of the public.

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Training Package on Administrative Law

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This book covers the following topics related to Administrative Law: Conceptual Analysis Issues and Prospects, Classification of Administrative Power, Delegated Legislation and its Control, Administrative Discretion and its Control, Administrative Adjudication / Tribunal, Principles of Natural Justice or fairness, Disciplinary action against Public Servants, Redress of Public grievances and Institution of Ombudsman, Liability of State in contracts and in tort, Privileges and immunities in suits of the State.

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