Administrative law is the branch of law which deals with the individual versus governmental or administrative power. Therefore, the primary purpose of administrative law is to keep the power of government within its legal bounds, so as to protect the citizen against its abuse. In order to be as elaborative as possible, the volume covers high-profile and landmark cases in topical areas of constitutional and administrative law from colonial days to the present. Specifically, the volume covers the following areas:Procedure in applications for prerogative remedies; Constitutional principles and human rights; Natural Justice, discretion and fairness; Jurisdiction of courts and ouster of jurisdiction; Prerogative orders and alternative remedies; and The right to legal representation. The volume will prove to be a useful tool to students of law, lay persons, legislators as well as those working in the government machinery.