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Upper Tribunal considers its powers to set aside its own decisions

Upper Tribunal considers its powers to set aside its own decisions

The Upper Tribunal in this case considers its powers to set aside its own decisions. The official headnote: The decision of the Court of Appeal in Patel [2015] EWCA Civ 1175 entails the view that the Upper Tribunal’s powers to set aside its ...

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