John Mark Keyes

University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law

57 Louis Pasteur Street

Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5

Canada

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Judicial Review of Delegated Legislation: Whatever Happened to the Standard of Review?

Ottawa Faculty of Law Working Paper No. 2015-3
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 04 Feb 2015
John Mark Keyes
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law
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judicial review, standards of review, delegated legislation, municipal bylaws, executive regulations

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The Legislative Process and Judicial Review: Royal Functions and Their Justiciability

Ottawa Faculty of Law Working Paper No. 2015-2
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 04 Feb 2015
John Mark Keyes
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law
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Parliament, legislative process, royal recommendation, royal consent, royal assent, judicial review, justiciability

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Constitutional Inconsistency in Legislation—Interpretation and the Ambiguous Role of Ambiguity

Ottawa Law Review, Vol. 48, No. 2, 2017
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 27 Oct 2017
John Mark Keyes and Carol Diamond
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law and University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law
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Delegated Legislation: The Tangled World of Grounds and Standards of Review

Ottawa Faculty of Law Working Paper No. 2018-11
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 28 Jul 2017 Last Revised: 07 May 2018
John Mark Keyes
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law
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administrative law, judicial review, delegated legislation, municipal by-laws, executive regulations

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Constitutional Inconsistency in Legislation – Interpretation, Remedies and the Ambiguous Role of Ambiguity

Ottawa Faculty of Law Working Paper No. 2016-23
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 26 Jun 2016
John Mark Keyes and Carol Diamond
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law and University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law
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statutory interpretation, constitutional norms, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, judicial review of discretionary powers, Charter values, ambiguity