The definition of administrative justice is narrow in scope, addressing only the individual and the state decision-making relationship and not the wide administrative law machinery.
The definition of administrative justice is broad in scope, addressing not just the legality of decisions but the whole process and substance of decision-making and its impact on people.
Inquiries established under the Inquires Act 2005.
Inquiries that are not set up under the Inquires Act 2005, including those that are ad hoc committees, committees of Privy Counsellors, Royal Commissions and Departmental Inquiries.
Commissions of Inquiry established by Parliament.