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Judicial Review Law & Procedure

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ISBN13: 9780421453203
ISBN: 0421453206
Published: December 1996
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This text provides a logical analysis of the remedy of judicial review from the practitioner's viewpoint. The new edition contains numerous case law developments since the last edition in 1985. The second edition aims to answer the questions that a trained lawyer would ask, in the order he would ask them. It proceeds by describing the remedy; analyzing the general basis of review; setting out a brief description of the range of orders available; analyzing the status of the applicant and respondent on judicial review applications; describing the procedure through preliminary applications for leave, interlocutory procedure and the final hearing. Selected areas of practice where judicial review predominates are analyzed. This book should be of interest to solicitors, barristers, justices, councils, public bodies, government departments and students.

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Judicial Review
Part 1 Law
the remedy of judicial review
the basis of review
scope pf the orders
the applicant
the respondent
Part 2 Procedure
relationship between judicial review and other forms of process
obtaining leave to apply
the interlocutory stage
the full hearing
Part 3 Judicial review in practice
the criminal jurisdiction of magistrates
immigration and deportation decisions
control over local authorities
housing the homeless
civil liberties
miscellaneous review.