In How to Properly Exercise Statutory Powers, you will find a synthesis of the principles and rules that courts in the Cayman Islands, as well as the House of Lords (now the Supreme Court of the UK) and the UK Privy Council, apply in curbing excesses of power. The author believes it is the first work ever on Caymanian Administrative Law. The principles and rules are discussed in a manner intended to make it easy for non-lawyers to understand but without sacrificing legal accuracy. Though written primarily for the general public in terms of its plain style, it is hoped that attorneys will also find it useful as a quick reference. Further, because it also discusses the law as it has evolved from its British origins to date, other British Overseas Territories and generally other countries in the Commonwealth may find it helpful. Students may also find that its brevity makes for a useful revision tool. There is also a special chapter on the Office of the Complaints Commissioner. Comments on the book may be sent to email@example.com
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Published November 9, 2012
Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences.