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Legitimate Expectation in the Case-law of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal

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A long-standing tradition of administrative tribunals and other bodies has established the discretionary nature of administrative acts, which generally means that such acts are not subject to judicial review. However, this very concept has been qualified in a number of ways, particularly when some form of abuse of power or procedural irregularity taints the act. Legitimate expectation, dealing in part with procedural matters but also with substantive questions, has also been a concept inspiring the work of international administrative tribunals, which is the topic of this article.

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2016-12-03

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