Court control of how executive power is exercised is what administrative law is all about. Who are the persons under scrutiny in this area of the law? In what manner? And for what purpose? describe your solutions with specific reference to English and Mauritian case-law.
Our legislations in the field of education are basically inhibitive rather than evolutionary to make of Mauritius a regional hub for the knowledge industry. Do you have the same opinion? describe your answer with obvious instances.
How do the principles of constitutional and administrative law strike the necessary balance between the three arms of government in the exercise of their powers under the rule of law? describe your answer by specific reference to the Westminster model Constitutions and some leading cases.
The proliferation of tribunals, enquiries and quasi-judicial bodies constitutes the risk of a new type of despotism in running public affairs. How do the courts ensure that they operate in the norms? describe your answer by decided cases in English or Mauritian law.
What are the salient characteristic of the Constitution of Mauritius and in what way does the Mauritian Constitution guarantee the rights of the people? describe by reference to decided court decisions.