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    • Exemplary damages 

      McKeon, J.M. (Dublin Business School, 1995)
      In 1964 the House of Lords delivered a unanimous judgement, the point of which they said, was to clear up an ‘anomaly’ in the law. ‘Exemplary damages’ were the ‘anomaly’ of the law to which the House had referred. Amazing ...
    • The origins and development of the doctrine of legitimate expectation in the United Kingdom, European Union and Ireland. 

      Quinn, Desmond (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      In the mid to latter part of the twentieth century, what has been described as a 'great depression' settled upon administrative law. This was most certainly the case in the United Kingdom where the absence of a constitution ...