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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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Administrative Court Practice 2nd ed

Edited by: Michael Supperstone, Lynn Knapman

ISBN13: 9780199217083
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406943532
Published: March 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



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Administrative Court Practice offers a comprehensive account of practice and procedure in the Administrative Court, providing the practitioner with all the key information to conduct a case confidently from beginning to end. Written by authors with extensive experience of administrative court work, it acts as a clear and accessible step-by-step procedural guide to all the work undertaken in the Administrative Court.

The book includes extensive coverage of the practice and procedure of the Administrative Court as it relates to judicial review, as well as offering a full treatment of Statutory Applications and Appeals, and habeas corpus applications. It includes comprehensive coverage of Statutory Reviews under the Nationality, Immigration, and Asylum Act 2002; Control Orders under the Protection of Terrorism Act 2005; and civil recovery of assets under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. A chapter on Statutory Appeals covers Appeals to the Administrative Court generally, and includes appeals from the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal, in the planning area, and from Professional Regulatory bodies.

With a foreword by Mr Justice Collins, Administrative Court Practice acts as a practical guide to bringing a case to the Administrative Court. It comes complete with all the key Practice Directions, Claim Forms, and sample notices that a practitioner will need to conduct a case effectively on behalf of either applicants or defendants.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law, Judicial Review, Courts and Procedure
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. An Outline of Judicial Review
3. Commencing the Claim
4. The Acknowledgment of Service
5. Determination of the Application for Permission
6. Interim Relief
7. From Permission to Hearing
8. Remedies
9. Costs
10. Appeals
11. Statutory Applications
12. Other Stautory Applications
13. Statutory Appeals
14. Criminal Law
15. Habeas Corpus
16. Reference to the European Court ;