This note considers if there is a discernible framework in which courts resolve alleged claims of breaches of natural justice. On the one hand, once it has been ascertained that the rules of natural justice apply, the court will look at all the circumstances of the case to determine if there has been any u nfairness. On the other hand, it has been suggested th even assuming the rules of natural justice apply, there can be varying degrees of rigour in which they are enforced, a sliding scale of sorts.
Administrative law, Natural justice
Courts | Judges | Public Law and Legal Theory
Singapore Academy of Law Journal
CHEN, Siyuan and Leo, Lionel.
Natural Justice: A Case for Uniform Rigour. (2008). Singapore Academy of Law Journal. 20, (2), 820-833. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/928