Disqualification for Bias PDF ePub eBook

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Disqualification for Bias free pdf Decision-makers must make unbiased decisions. Accordingly where there is a perception of bias a decision-maker should be disqualified and the decision should be made by another person. This book examines the disqualification principle and the test that courts apply in different contexts. The application of the principle is examined in the context of judges, jurors, administrative decision-makers, inquiries, local government, sporting clubs, political decisions, international tribunals and military tribunals. Disqualification for Bias also examines the remedies available where a person alleges that a decision-maker should be disqualified. Many practical issues are also examined including procedural issues. A detailed examination of relevant case law and statutes from a number of jurisdictions including Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Canada is also included.

About John Tarrant

John Tarrant John Tarrant is Professor of Law at the University of Western Australia where he teaches in the areas of remedies, contract, property and trusts. He has published on a wide range of topics including contract, tort, property, corporations law, insolvency, mining law and unit trusts. John is also a military lawyer in the Royal Australian Air Force specialist reserve. Before becoming an academic he held positions in the mining and oil and gas industries as an executive director of Australian and Canadian listed companies. Titles by John Tarrant: *Disqualification for Bias - Recent Release *Amending Final Judgments and Orders

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Author : John Tarrant
Publisher : Federation Press
Data Published : 29 May 2012
ISBN : 1862878803
EAN : 9781862878808
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 378 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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