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Constitutional and Administrative Law of Singapore
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Constitutional and Administrative Law of Singapore[edit]

I. Constitutional Law
Constitution of Singapore
Representative democracy
Rule of law
Separation of powers
Remedies in constitutional law
A. Constitutional Law – The Legislature
The Parliament
Parliamentary elections
By-elections
Group Representation Constituency
Non-constituency Member of Parliament
Nominated Member of Parliament
Presidential Council for Minority Rights
A.1 Constitutional Law – The Legislature – Cases
Vellama d/o Marie Muthu v. Attorney-General
B. Constitutional Law – The Executive
The President
Powers of the President
Presidential elections
The Government
The Cabinet
C. Constitutional Law – The Judiciary
The judicial system
The Supreme Court
The Court of Appeal
The High Court
The State Courts
The Constitution of the Republic of Singapore Tribunal
Judicial officers
Judicial independence
D. Constitutional Law – Fundamental Liberties
Article 9: Rights to life and personal liberty
Article 12: Rights to equality and equal protection
Article 14: Rights to freedom of speech and expression, assembly and association
Article 15: Right to freedom of religion
Right to vote
D.1 Constitutional Law – Fundamental Liberties – Cases
Chan Hiang Leng Colin v. Public Prosecutor
Chng Suan Tze v. Minister for Home Affairs
Eng Foong Ho v. Attorney-General
Ong Ah Chuan v. Public Prosecutor
Public Prosecutor v. Taw Cheng Kong
Shadrake v. Attorney-General
Teo Soh Lung v. Minister for Home Affairs
Yong Vui Kong v. Public Prosecutor
II. Administrative Law
Administrative law
Remedies in administrative law
Threshold issues in administrative law
Exclusion of judicial review
A. Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Illegality
Illegality
Precedent fact errors
Relevant and irrelevant considerations
Fettering of discretion
A.1 Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Illegality – Cases
Re Fong Thin Choo
B. Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Irrationality
Irrationality or Wednesbury unreasonableness
C. Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Procedural Impropriety
Procedural impropriety
Natural justice
Rule against bias
C.1 Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Procedural Impropriety – Cases
Re Shankar Alan s/o Anant Kulkarni
D. Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Legitimate Expectation
Legitimate expectation
D.1 Administrative Law – Grounds of Review – Legitimate Expectation – Cases
R. v. North and East Devon Health Authority, ex parte Coughlan