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1 - Basic Concepts
Terms in this set (9)
What are tribunals?
institutions which hear cases with a statutory right of appeal
Examples of tribunals
Immigration and Asylum Chamber. There is first-tier tribunal and upper tribunal
What are ombudsmen?
Investigatory body dealing with maladministration and service failures.
Are the decisions of ombudsmen binding?
No, they are only advisory.
Examples of ombudsmen
Parliamentary Ombudsman, Scottish Public Services Ombudsman
What is procedural impropriety?
public authorities must carry out procedure in the way that they are entitled to.
What is illegality?
public authorities must act within what the law allows: e.g. rule against delegation, propriety of purpose, rule against fettering, relevancy doctrine.
What is proportionality?
this applies when rights are at stake. Making sure rights are interfered with only when absolutely necessary.
What are legitimate expectations?
Representations from a public body can allow individuals to claim a specific outcome.
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