Controlling the Ministers

  • Raymond D. Schachter

Abstract

The author examines the subject of assignment of powers to Ministers and administrative boards and the subsequent erosion of individual rights of redress against their decisions. He presents review of Canadian and British decisions dealing with problems of limiting the bases for the use of these powers. The effectiveness of court action as device for controlling executive power is left as question requiring further discussion.
How to Cite
Schachter, R. D. (1). Controlling the Ministers. Alberta Law Review, 16(3), 388. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr2259
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