Lectures on Administrative Law by C. K. Takwani. The current sixth edition of this most sought after work has been thoroughly revised, amended, enlarged and made even more useful for the law students and members of the Bar.
The work presents the fundamental principles of Administrative Law as they have developed through the judicial process. The learned author has included all the latest decisions of the Supreme Court and also of the foreign courts.
Taking into account the recent trend of law courts, principles of natural justice, doctrines of judicial review and judicial remedies have been discussed in detail with reference to decided cases.
This edition comes with a companion web resource EBC ExplorerTM (www.ebcexplorer.com) which provides FREE access to may features, such as:
Students can read full texts of important case law indicated by Case PilotTM.
Students may use the Discussion ForumTM to post comments, discuss issues and explore ideas on the subject.
Readers can stay updated on recent developments in the subject through the SCC Online Blog.
This book will be immensely useful to students of LLB and LLM, administrators, judges, advocates, researchers and those interested in acquiring knowledge of the subject. It will definitely be a prized collection for any library.
About the author:
Chunilal Karsandas Thakker (born 10 November 1943) is a retired judge of the Supreme Court of India. Justice Thakker was born at Mander near Porbandar in the State of Gujarat.
Thakker was appointed as part-time Lecturer in Law in Sir L.A. Shah Law College, Ahmedabad, in 1970 and continued as such until he was elevated to Judge of the High Court of Gujarat on 21 June 1990. He was also Acting Governor of the State of Maharashtra from July to October 2002. Thakker was appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of India on 7 June 2004
He has written books “Lectures on Administrative Law”, “Civil Procedure” and “Criminal Procedure” which have been appreciated in India as well as in U.S.A. Also revised V. G. Ramchandran’s monumental work “Law of Writs” (1993) and Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s “Law of Crimes” (2002) (Silver Jubilee Edition).