Law of Local Government, 2nd edition, by David Browne
Author : David Browne
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 10/12/2020
ISBN (print): 9780414073081
ISBN (eBook): 9780414083585
ISBN (print and eBook): 9780414083578
Now entering its second edition, The Law of Local Government provides a comprehensive and definitive analysis of the law on local government, including the substantive and procedural provisions which are relevant for the application of law on local government and local authority legislative provisions.
- Provides a comprehensive analysis of local government law and the legislative provisions applying to local government law.
- Details the main statutory provisions and provides an exhaustive and extensive analysis of relevant case-law.
- Analyses particular points of law which require clarification and deserve academic analysis.
- Refers to the relevant District Court, Circuit Court and Superior Court Rules for applications and enforcement proceedings under the local government statutory code.
- Summarises the law relating to local government administration, functions and services.
- Deals with key provisions on the local government system, including the role of the Chief Executive, elected members and officials and employees.
- Provides an overview of the legal capacity and potential liability of local authorities.
- Includes a specific chapter on public procurement and local authorities.
- Dedicated chapters on the main functions and services provided by local authorities, including planning enforcement, waste and water services, housing, roads, building regulations, etc.
- Specific focus on the financing of local government, including rating, borrowing and auditing.
- Contains new chapters on state aid, freedom of information and the Ombudsman, and data protection.
The new edition brings the book fully up to date with all relevant case law and legislative developments since its first edition published in 2014.
About the Author
David Browne is a practising barrister in Dublin and on the South-Eastern Circuit, with a particular interest in planning, environmental, local government, administrative, public procurement and property law. He is co-author of Procurement Law in Ireland (Round Hall, 2018) and is also the author of Simons on Planning Law (Round Hall, 2021).