عنوان مقاله [English]
The process of acquisition of land in English and Iranian law takes place under a specific procedure that may be questioned for validity. One type of the examining of objection is judicial review, which is high supervisory, will be applied in such manner that all actions will be in accordance with the elements that are necessary for acquisition. The source of the judicial review is different between English jurisprudence, so three views have been put forward on the subject that compilation of ultra vires doctrine with common law, has excelled. But in Iran, despite judicial precedent effort, the law-based view remains dominant. The English judicial precedent has also taken appropriate steps in the development of this theory in the law of acquisition of land and has outlined various ways in motives of judicial review; substantive ultra vires and procedural ultra vires, infringement human rights, legitimate expectation, natural justice, proportionality, unreasonableness. However, the English judicial precedent has made some exceptions as general policies of the country. The major of decisions in judicial review in acquisition of land, are in the form of quash. However, there are some cases in the English judicial precedent that have been cited another decision.