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""This important title is a practitioners' handbook on how, when and why the remedy of judicial review might be sought. It analyses the general theory and constitutional purpose of judicial review, gives an account of the substantive principles applied by judges in Scotland, and assesses the influence of European Law and in particular, the European Convention on Human Rights. Part II of the book consists of short chapters covering particular areas of the law in which judicial review has been developed, setting out case law and the principles applied by the judges. Relevant extracts from the Human Rights Act 1998 and the Rules of the Court of Session1994 are included as appendices.Essential reading for all solicitors requiring an up-to-date and practical guide to judicial review in Scotland.""