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Court can consider new evidence in challenges to “clearly unfounded” certificates
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Court can consider new evidence in challenges to “clearly unfounded” certificates

In Mohammad Racheed v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2019] CSIH 8, the Inner House of the Court of Session held that a judicial review challenge to the certification of a human rights claim to remain in the ...

Darren Cox

Trainee Solicitor at Latta & Co. Solicitors, a Scottish firm specialising in immigration, asylum and human rights. Latta & Co offer a range of services in the asylum and immigration sphere and represent both legally aided and private paying clients. The firm regularly represents clients at all levels of courts in Scotland, and has also been instructed in cases which have gone before the UK Supreme Court.

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