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Colin Yeo has managed to achieve the near impossible-legible, decipherable and usable-a practical guidance on costs in the immigration context.
Jawaid Luqmani, Partner, Luqmani Thompson and Partners
Jawaid Luqmani, Partner

A timely and practical guide to a rapidly developing area of the law.
James Packer, Public Law Director, Duncan Lewis
James Packer, Public Law Director

This is an essential addition to the immigration lawyer’s armoury.
Greg O'Ceallaigh, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers
Greg O'Ceallaigh, Barrister

This course is essential for anyone working in this field. The course provides extremely useful guidance and I would wholeheartedly recommend it – I will certainly be ensuring all my team take the course!
Chris Cole, Head of Immigration, Parker Rhodes Hickmotts
Chris Cole, Head of Immigration

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  • UPDATED MAY 2016: New sections on costs protection for legally aided clients, appeals against costs orders, immigration consequences of failure to pay costs and calculation of costs for the Government Legal Department and references to new costs cases including Bhatt, SN, Kaienga, Soreefan, Turay, MSM, Sino, Khan and Tesfay.

    A practical guide to costs issues arising in day to day practice for immigration lawyers, this ebook will be invaluable to any lawyer dealing with questions of costs in immigration law. It covers costs in statutory appeals and in judicial review cases, case law on unreasonable conduct by parties, the law on wasted costs, costs for litigants in person, the circumstances where costs might be awarded in an immigration context, a review of key cases on costs, the process of applying for costs in the First-tier and Upper Tribunals, the quantification of costs (solicitor rates and counsel’s fees) and the summary assessment process. It does not cover detailed assessment in detail.

    The contents pages and first few pages are available to download by clicking the cover image to the right.

     

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