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Procedural Fairness


COMMENT

'Procedural fairness' (aka 'fairness') is, since 1978, a common-law administrative ground of judicial review and administrative statutory appeals. It's originally a growth of 'natural justice', but now has established itself as a larger, independent - and growing inexorably - legal doctrine.



CASES

Introduction

Introduction to Fairness

Standard of Review

Fairness - SOR

Principles

Fairness - Is Prejudice Required?
Fairness - Prompt Objection Required
Fairness and the Common Law
Fairness - When Oral Hearing Necessary
Fairness is Procedural, Not Substantive
Fairness - Disclosure
Fairness - Cross-Examination
Fairness - Standing
Fairness - Reasons
Fairness - Is It Only an Administrative Law Issue?
Fairness - Is Prior Notice of Intended Ruling Required?
Fairness - Is Prior Notice of Intended Remedy Required?
Fairness - Multi-party Evidence
Fairness - Interruptions
Fairness - Managing Tribunal's Resources
Fairness - Notice

Baker Factors

Fairness - Baker - Basics | Part 2
Fairness - Baker - Importance of Decision
Fairness - Baker - Legitimate Expectations
Fairness - Baker - Statutory Scheme
Fairness - Baker - Nature and Process of Decision

Abuse of Process [linked from abuse of process]

Fairness - Abuse of Process

Certain Proceedings

Fairness and Legislative/Regulatory Proceedings
Fairness - Investigations
Fairness - Repair by Subsequent Procedures

Charter and the HRC

Fairness and the Human Rights Code

Natural Justice

Natural Justice





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