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The Role of Law in the Administrative System

The administrative law has been always misunderstood. It is simply about how the State system functions through its institutions and sub-institutions. The Constitution is the greatest legal institution that enables the state to function. The modus operandi and modus decidendi of the state is seen in the operations of the public administration. Decisions are made at the administrative level. However, all this must be considered in the separation of state powers in the government. The Government is the biggest institution of the state. It assumes the responsibility of the state in trust.

The above publication available at the University of Nairobi – Kisumu Campus, School of Law has pioneered a study on the Administrative Law: Kenya Experience. It gives a picture of the Admin law in a simple format which is understandable to any reader. Simple and case based. Put an order for your copy today. We have few copies left now.

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