LexisNexis Annotated Acts: Annotated Administrative Appeals Legislation, 3rd Edition
|Author(s) :||Moshinsky, N, QC; Williams, D|
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|Published :||October, 2012|
The third edition of LexisNexis Annotated Acts: Annotated Administrative Appeals Legislation provides a complete reproduction of all sections of the Administrative Appeals Tribunals Act 1975 and Regulations, the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977 and Regulations, Administrative Appeals Tribunal Practice Directions, the Code of Practice for Notification of Reviewable Decisions and Rights of Review.
Annotated Administrative Appeals Legislation includes the important legislation in this area, complete with annotations by Nathan Moshinsky and David Williams.
Annotated Administrative Appeals Legislation is a comprehensive reference tool for anyone involved in the Commonwealth Administrative Review System. There are clear and concise annotations to the legislation and detailed commentary on the numerous cases decided under the Acts.
The material in this third edition of Annotated Administrative Appeals Legislation is extracted from the four-volume looseleaf service, Practice and Procedure - High Court and Federal Court of Australia, LexisNexis.
· A comprehensive reference tool
· Concise annotations to the legislation and detailed commentary
· Enhanced ease of use and navigability through shaded tabs
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1. Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977
2. Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Regulations
3. Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975
4. Administrative Appeals Tribunal Regulations 1976
5. Administrative Appeals Tribunal Practice Directions
6. Code of Practice for Notification of Reviewable Decisions and Rights of Review
Moshinsky, N, QC
Nathan Moshinsky QC commenced practice at the Victorian Bar in 1964 and was appointed as Queen?s Counsel in 1988. He has engaged in criminal practice and was appointed as Crown counsel in Hong Kong between1972 to 1974. He has considerable experience in appellate work in State, Federal Courts and in the High Court. Nathan has contributed to many publications including Victorian Court Forms Precedents and Pleadings, Halsbury?s Laws of Australia and was the editor of the Federal Court volume of Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court.
David Williams is a barrister in private practice at the Queensland bar, admitted in 1999. He has served as a judge's associate and as a research officer for the Queensland Court of Appeal. His administrative law practice sends him to the Supreme Court for judicial review, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal and various disciplinary tribunals. He also practices in general commercial litigation, and intellectual property law.