Is it probable for a citizen to challenge the decisions of any government body or agency? If the answer is negative, why not; if the answer is positive, what would be the grounds on which such challenge would be probable? Show your answer with specific reference to English and Mauritian case-law.
How adequate or inadequate is legal framework for making of Mauritius a regional hub in knowledge industry. In what ways might it be enhanced?
What are the scope and restrictions of administrative law? Is the demarcation clear?
What are the criteria by which you would decide on which side of line a case falls?
Are you of the view that tribunals, enquiries and quasi-judicial bodies assist or hamper the rule of law and the separation of powers? How do the courts ensure that they operate in the norms? Demonstrate your answer by decided cases in English or Mauritian law.