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the principal of exclaiming the reasons and documentation of the administrative decisions and it's effect on the jurisprudence of the court of administrative justice

Ali Mohammad Falah Zadeh

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, , Pages 91-115

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2017.7429

Abstract
  Legal obligation to provide reasons for administrative decisions is a principle that originated from judicial field moving to the administrative decision-making process, there seems to be profound differences between two areas. It is, therefore, very much context dependent, offering considerable room ...  Read More

The Development of the Right to Hearing in Administrative Law of England

Ali Mohammad Falah Zadeh

Volume 15, Issue 41 , December 2014, , Pages 169-206

Abstract
  AbstractNowadays the Right to Hearing has become a part of procedural justice and good administration. “Hearing” in administrative law is significantly affected by the context in which it takes effect. In English administrative law the distinction between judicial and administrative decisions, ...  Read More