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Upper Tribunal has power to set aside grant of judicial review permission

Upper Tribunal has power to set aside grant of judicial review permission

Unfortunately it sometimes happens that a claim entirely lacking in substantive merit gets into a procedural tangle which gives it an undeserved lease of life. The present case is an extreme example. – Lord Justice Leggatt The Court of Appeal ...

Alexander Schymyck

Alex teaches Public Law at the London School of Economics and is due to start pupillage at Garden Court Chambers in April 2021

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