The Commission of Inquiry in the Perspectve of Administrative Law

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  • R. A. MacDonald

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https://doi.org/10.29173/alr2195

Abstract

In an analysis of the role of public commissions of inquiry, the author discusses the various forms, classifications and rationales usually given for such inquiries, and examines judicial review proceedings in particular cases and current administrative law doctrine in light of the theory behind the creation of commissions. new theory of judicial review is then offered based upon number of functions which an ad hoc commission might serve.

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