Free Delivery for UK Orders
14 Day Money Back Guarantee
Secure Checkout

Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 20 2014 Constitutional and Administrative Law

The Halsbury’s Laws Constitutional and Administrative Law title examines the nature and meaning of the United Kingdom constitution and conventions.

Publisher: LNUK
Law Report
£637.00
Quantity
Free delivery for UK
In Stock
Published:
ISBN/ISSN: 9781405744706
Publisher: LNUK

Product description

Why you should buy Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 20 2014 Constitutional and Administrative Law


The Halsbury’s Laws Constitutional and Administrative Law title examines the nature and meaning of the United Kingdom constitution and conventions. It lays out the structure and operation of government, and the relationship between the institutions of state and the individual. Freedom of information, public finance, honours, and administration are all covered in this comprehensive title.

Companion titles to Constitutional and Administrative Law include Volume 29: Crown and Crown Proceedings, Volume 47A: European Union, Volume 78: Parliament, and Volume 79: Peerages and Dignities.

Consultant Editor:

ROBERT BLACKBURN, BA, MSc, PhD, LLD, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Professor of Constitutional Law, King's College London

Professor Blackburn is a specialist in political and constitutional affairs. He has acted as an adviser to government and other official bodies in the UK and abroad. In 2005 he was awarded an LLD higher doctorate in law by Leeds University for his outstanding contribution to the study of constitutional law. 

Contents

1. Constitutional Fundamentals

2. Parliament

3. The Judiciary

4. The Executive

5. Other Public Bodies

6. The Government of Wales

7. Freedom of Information

8. Public Finance

9. Public Contracts

10. International Relations

11. The Armed Forces

12. The Granting of Honours

13. Public Formality, Documents and Oaths

14. Administrative Law

The law is stated as at 1 March 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

Halsbury’s Laws. The Law. In order.

Halsbury’s Laws of England is the only complete narrative statement of the law in England and Wales, in print and exclusively online via LexisLibrary.

Every 4 seconds, someone finds an answer using Halsbury’s Laws. Whatever the subject, it has the answer, even in niche and esoteric areas. Halsbury’s Laws covers everything from the fundamental to the highly complex. It is the starting point and the finishing line.

  • Clear footnotes map out the legal authorities; ideal for preparing court bundles.
  • Paragraphs are written concisely, so you can quickly surface the answer to a client’s question.
  • Introductory paragraphs and clear definitions provide background and context; useful for students and those exploring an unfamiliar area.

Regarded an authoritative work, Halsbury’s Laws is written by or in consultation with leading experts, ensuring the highest quality and dependability.

"I always turn to Halsbury's Laws first when I am trying to find a convenient, accessible, accurate way to find out about a new area of law and turn to it last when I am dealing with an area of law I am already familiar with to ensure that I have not missed anything."

Anand Doobay, Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP.

Anand is a leading business crime lawyer. In 2013 he was listed as one of the ten most highly regarded individuals in the International Who's Who of Business Crime Defence Lawyers. 

Featured authors

Table of contents

1. Constitutional Fundamentals 
2. Parliament
3. The Judiciary
4. The Executive
5. Other Public Bodies
6. The Government of Wales
7. Freedom of Information
8. Public Finance
9. Public Contracts
10. International Relations
11. The Armed Forces
12. The Granting of Honours
13. Public Formality, Documents and Oaths
14. Administrative Law