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Administrative Court Practice 2nd ed isbn 9780199217083

Administrative Court Practice

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ISBN13: 9780406943538
ISBN: 0406943532
New Edition ISBN: 9780199217083
Published: September 2002
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Administrative Court PracticeJudicial Review provides a detailed account of the practice and procedure of judicial review. Having an in-depth knowledge of the substantive law is essential, but without the understanding of how to apply these rules, your expertise will be incomplete.

This title provides a comprehensive analysis of the rules and procedures and the developing case law that affects them.Practical step-by-step guidance is given throughout, including a judicial review procedural table from pre-action protocol through to appeal and essential chapters deal with interim relief, costs, appeals and references to the European Court.

Appendixes include Administrative Court forms, notices and guidance notes. Written by members from a leading set of administrative law chambers and the Head of Administrative Court Office, this indispensable work ensures you have instant access to the most relevant and practical information.""

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Constitutional and Administrative Law
1. Introduction
2. An Outline of Judicial Review
3. Commencing the Claim
4. The Acknowledgement of Services
5. Determination of the Application for Permission
6. Interim Relief
7. From Permission to the Hearing
8. Case Management Directions
9. Costs
10. Appeals
11. References to the European Court