A new volume in Hart's successful textbook series on the Ius Commune common law of Europe, focusing on judicial review of administrative action.
1. CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE AND BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LEGAL SYSTEMS EXAMINED (CONCERNING JUDICIAL REVIEW) Thomas Perroud 2. ORGANISATION OF JUDICIAL REVIEW IN ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS AND INTRA-ADMINISTRATIVE OBJECTION PROCEDURE Mariolina Eliantonio 3. TYPES OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION AND CORRESPONDING REVIEW Mariolina Eliantonio and Franziska Grashof 4. ACCESS TO COURT Chris Backes 5. CONDUCT OF COURT PROCEEDINGS Mike Varney 6. GROUNDS OF REVIEW AND STANDARD OF REVIEW Hermann Punder and Anika Klafki 7. REMEDIES AND CONSEQUENCES OF COURT DECISIONS Emilie Chevalier 8. APPELLATE PROCEEDINGS Rob Widdershoven 9. STRUCTURE AND STYLE OF JUDGMENTS Chris Backes 10. NON-JUDICIAL REDRESS MECHANISMS Mike Varney 11. LIABILITY OF THE ADMINISTRATION Hermann Punder and Anika Klafki
Chris Backes is Professor of Environmental and Planning Law at Utrecht University. Mariolina Eliantonio is Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure at Maastricht University. The team were advised by Professor Jean-Bernard Auby (Sciences Po, Paris) and Professor Jacques Ziller (University of Pavia) with the collaboration of Emilie Chevalier; Franziska Grashof; Anika Klafki; Thomas Perroud; Hermann Punder; Michael Varney; Rob Widdershoven and Dimitri Droshout.