English Law/Constitutional and administrative

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

Constitutional and Administrative Law (also known as Public Law) is the law which governs the operation of the state and determines how it functions, who has the authority to make and interpret the law.

Introduction to the English System of Public Law[edit | edit source]

The Key Principles Underpinning Constitutional Law[edit | edit source]

  • The Rule of Law
  • The Separation of Powers
  • Parliamentary Sovereignty
  • The Royal Prerogative