Glenn Penfold talks about the rules and principles that apply to governmental decision-making

Glenn Penfold talks about the rules and principles that apply to governmental decision-making

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Glenn Penfold from Webber Wentzel. He practices in the areas of constitutional and administrative law, and wrote “Constitutional Litigation”.
Glenn talks about the rules and principles that apply to governmental decision-making. This could include the principles with which public decision-making must comply (and the different types of decisions to which the various principles apply), when a public body is required to allow affected persons an opportunity to comment or make representations before it acts, and when it is possible to challenge defective decision-making.

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