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Scots administrative law

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Scots administrative law

Scots administrative law governs the rules of administrative law in Scotland, the body of case law, statutes, secondary legislation and articles which provide the framework of procedures for judicial control over government agencies and private bodies.[1]


  1. ^ Blair, Scott (1999). Scots administrative law: cases and materials. W. Green/Sweet & Maxwell.  

See also

Case law

Further reading

  • A source book and history of administrative law in Scotland, by various authors, edited by M.R. McLarty, assisted by G. Campbell H. Paton, London, W. Hodge, 1956
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