“Dr. I.P. Massey’s book contains a lucid exposition of administrative law in all its aspects and dimensions and offers a highly perceptive and critical analysis. I have no doubt that this book will be of immense use not only to law students but also to lawyers and administrators and men in public life.”- Extract from the Foreword by Justice P. N. Bhagwati, Judge Supreme Court of India.
The Ninth edition of this scholarly work has been thoroughly revised and updated with the latest case laws and contemporary developments in various spheres of administrative law from India and abroad. The book also contains Prof. Upendra Baxi’s insightful and thought provoking Introduction which remains the most attractive part of the treatise.
Areas like tribunalisation of justice, judicial review of administrative action, public and private dilemma in the age of corporatisation have received special attention in this revision.
The book is divided into fifteen chapters in which the author has discussed a variety of topics like Natural Justice, Delegated Legislation, Governmental Liability, Enforcement of Public Duties, Ombudsman, Right to Know, Jurisdictional Reach, Remedial Law, etc. Besides, the current edition also includes a chapter on “Tribunalisation of Justice” which is relatively new to the field of administrative law.
The book is divided into fifteen chapters.
Topics covered include: Natural Justice, Delegated Legislation, Governmental Liability, Enforcement of Public Duties, Ombudsman, Right to Know, Jurisdictional Reach, Remedial Law, etc.
Includes a chapter on “Tribunalisation of Justice” which is relatively new to the field of administrative law.
The work has been updated keeping in mind the requirements of those appearing for competitive examinations.
Professor Massey's insight on administrative law has resulted in this beautiful publication contributing to judges, lawyers, academicians and upcoming scholars. The book contains a coherent exhibition of administrative law and relative concepts in all its dimensions and has produced and observant and critical analysis of the subject. - Stuti Binay Nanda, Assistant Professor, Hidayatullah National Law University.
This book is a beautiful landscape of dynamic expression on the subject of administrative law laying out divergent and intensely complex emerging issues thereof in the most simplified manner. - Dr. Sushma Sharma, Associate Professor, NLIU, Bhopal.
The book covers all the basic concepts of this branch of law along with respective case laws. The present edition is thoroughly revised and have attractive graphics. - Nishit Ranjan Chaki, Assistant Professor Law, Faculty of Law, SGT University.
1. Introduction to Administrative Law 2. Conceptual Objections Against the Growth of Administrative Law 3. Anatomy of Administrative Action 4. Rule-making Power of the Administration 5. Decision-making or Adjudicatory Power of the Administration 6. Tribunalisation of Justice 7. Practice and Procedure of Administrative Adjudication: Rules of Natural Justice 8. Judicial Review of Administrative Actions: Principles 9. Judicial Review of Administrative Action: Modes 10. Public Interest Litigation or Social Action Litigation 11. Liability of the Administration 12. Statutory and Non-statutory Public Undertakings 13. The Citizen and Administrative Faults 14. Constitutional Protection to Civil Servants and the Administrative Service Tribunal 15. Global Administrative Law