Administrative Law rules

Administrative Law Administrative Law & Rule of Law It is impossible to attempt any precise definition of administrative law which can cover the entire range of administrative process. The American approach to administrative law is denoted by the definition by the definition of administrative law as propounded by Davis. According to him, administrative law is the law concerning the powers and procedures of administrative agencies, including especially the law governing judicial review of administrative action. It does not include the enormous mass of substantive law produced by the agencies. An administrative agency, according to him, is a governmental authority, other than a court and other than a legislative body, which affects the rights of private parties through either adjudication or rule-making. The emphasis in the definition is on judicial control of administrative agencies. But other control mechanisms, like the parliamentary control of delegated legislation, control through administrative appeals, and through the ombudsman type institution, are quite important and significant and need to be studied for a fuller comprehension of administrative law...........................................................................................


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