Judicial Review of Crown Corporations

  • Alastair R. Lucas

Abstract

The author deals with the role of the judiciary in reviewing the actions of crown corporations as distinct from other government departments or agencies. He first considers the general nature of crown corporations. Then he goes on to discuss the extent to which they have been subject to review by the courts traditionally. Finally he examines the effect of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on this review.
How to Cite
Lucas, A. R. (1). Judicial Review of Crown Corporations. Alberta Law Review, 25(3), 363. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1664
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