MEMORANDUM TO THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS AND ENQUIRIES
AbstractThe Franks Committee was set up to deal with questions of administrative law and to formulate recommendations for the future. The article reproduces a memorandum of evidence submitted to the Committee by the author, in which he summarizes his views on the current state of administrative law in the United Kingdom. The author believes that, even though the Committee is hardly known outside of Britain, its work could be extremely beneficial to Canada. Part one presents the recent American experience, not as a benchmark but simply as a comparative point. It focuses on the Federal Administrative Procedure Act of 1946 and the 1955 Report of the Hoover Commission on administrative procedure. Part two makes certain suggestions for improvement in the English law.
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