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Indemnity costs in immigration judicial reviews

Indemnity costs in immigration judicial reviews

Discretion in relation to costs is a wide one and awarding costs on an indemnity basis against an unsuccessful party is a departure from the norm. The substantive matter in the case of R (on the application of Kaienga) v Secretary ...

Maria Moodie

Maria has a broad civil and public law practice with a particular focus on the protection of human rights and civil liberties. Having worked for a number of years as the in-house legal adviser at Kids Company, a leading children’s charity, Maria has great depth of knowledge and experience enabling her to advise on interrelated issues. She is especially committed to cases involving children, vulnerable adults and victims of trafficking.

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