This concise yet comprehensive book covers the entire range of topics on administrative law prescribed for undergraduate students of Law (LL.B./B.A., LL.B.) and presents them with great clarity and commendable insight.
The book begins by describing the reasons for the rapid growth and tremendous development of administrative law in modern times and goes on to discuss delegated legislation, principles of natural justice, contractual and tortuous liability of the State, and remedies available to the individual against the State with relevant case laws. Comparison with the systems prevailing in other countries puts the topics in the right perspective. Recent developments including legitimate expectation, proportionality, and misfeasance in public office are discussed at appropriate places.
The most remarkable feature of the book is that it has transformed the complex subject of administrative law into an easily understandable subject within the grasp of even an average student. The compact size of the book and simple treatment of the subject make this text the best introduction to administrative law.