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Is administrative law unlawful?

By: Hamburger, Philip.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Chicago University Press 2014Description: 635p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780226324630.Subject(s): Administrative law -- History | Administrative law -- Philosophy | Administrative law -- United StatesDDC classification: 342.60941
Contents:
Introduction -- The debate -- Conceptual framework -- Extralegal legislation -- Proclamations -- Interpretation, regulation, and taxation -- Suspending and dispensing powers -- Lawful executive acts adjacent to legislation -- Return to extralegal legislation -- Extralegal adjudication -- Prerogative courts -- Without judges and juries -- Inquisitorial process -- Prerogative orders and warrants -- Lawful executive acts adjacent to adjudication -- Return to extralegal adjudication -- Rule through the law and courts of law -- Supralegal power and judicial deference -- Deference -- Return to deference -- Consolidated power -- Unspecialized -- Undivided -- Unrepresentative -- Subdelegated -- Unfederal -- Absolute power -- Absolutism -- Necessity -- The German connection -- Obstacles -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- The debate -- Conceptual framework -- Extralegal legislation -- Proclamations -- Interpretation, regulation, and taxation -- Suspending and dispensing powers -- Lawful executive acts adjacent to legislation -- Return to extralegal legislation -- Extralegal adjudication -- Prerogative courts -- Without judges and juries -- Inquisitorial process -- Prerogative orders and warrants -- Lawful executive acts adjacent to adjudication -- Return to extralegal adjudication -- Rule through the law and courts of law -- Supralegal power and judicial deference -- Deference -- Return to deference -- Consolidated power -- Unspecialized -- Undivided -- Unrepresentative -- Subdelegated -- Unfederal -- Absolute power -- Absolutism -- Necessity -- The German connection -- Obstacles -- Conclusion.

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