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New official Administrative Court judicial review guide for 2017

New official Administrative Court judicial review guide for 2017

Detailed legal guidance on bringing a judicial review case in the Administrative Court.The July 2017 edition reflects legislative and practice changes relevant to the Administrative Court over the last year.

Includes guidance on:

  • starting a claim
  • applying for permission for judicial review
  • substantive hearings
  • remedies
  • case management
  • specific practice points
  • ending a claim
  • costs
  • appeals

The guide also includes contact details for the court, information on forms and fees, and addresses for serving documents on government departments.

Would be nice to see an equivalent for the Upper Tribunal, particularly as there are presumably far more litigants in person and the Upper Tribunal seems anxious about poor standards of legal representation.

Source: Administrative Court judicial review guide – GOV.UK

Colin Yeo
Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder and editor of the Free Movement immigration law website.

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