Judicial Review: A Practical Guide
The unprecedented increase in applications for judicial review of public authorities has meant that such litigation is no longer the sole province of administrative lawyers. All litigators need to know when judicial review is an available and appropriate means of pursuing their clients' interests, whether in relation to a commercial contract, a public sector housing dispute, tribunal proceedings or otherwise. This book, applicable to all lawyers with a litigation practice in the UK, will preclude the need to refer to any of the more expensive works on judicial review. Practical, succinct and inexpensive, this should be the first port of call for all practitioners considering judicial review proceedings.
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Grounds of challenge in judicial review claims
Matters to be considered before applying for judicial
Steps to be taken before applying for judicial review
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acknowledgement of service Administrative Court affidavit appeal court appellant's notice application for permission apply for judicial bundle cause or matter challenge circumstances claim for judicial claim form claimant consider copy costs Council ex Court of Appeal Cr App criminal cause Crown Court ex Crown Prosecution Service decision decision-maker defendant documents ECHR EHRR European Convention evidence EWCA Civ example filed grant grounds hearing Home Department ex House of Lords Human Rights Ibid interested party interim relief issue judgment judicial review claim judicial review proceedings jurisdiction Justices ex Legal Services Commission letter before claim Lord Diplock lower court Magistrates Maidstone Crown Court normally paragraph permission to appeal permission to apply person Practice Direction procedure Protocol quashed reasons relevant respondent rule Secretary served skeleton argument solicitor South Eastern Circuit statutory ultra vires United Kingdom witness statement