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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Commercial Judicial Review

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ISBN13: 9780421626201
ISBN: 0421626208
Published: August 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £405.00



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Judicial review in commercial cases is a growing area in which distinct principles, considerations and hurdles are emerging. This book looks at the ambit and availability of judicial review in respect of commercial decisions, and at the particular considerations which are emerging in commercial cases. It also outlines the benefits and pitfalls of using judicial review as an alternative to pursuing an action in private law.

An introduction to the development and scope of commercial judicial review is followed by a detailed examination of case law and guidance on procedure.

  • Covers the impact of the Civil Procedure Rules on judicial review, including those parts of the Rules which came into force in October 2000.

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Subjects:
Commercial Law, Judicial Review
Contents:
Introduction.
The ambit of commercial judicial review.
Grounds of commercial judicial review.
Government departments.
Financial regulators.
Other regulatory bodies.
Professional discipline.
Licensing.
Sporting bodies.
The Civil Procedure Rules.
Commencing judicial review proceedings.
Interim measures.
Disclosure, cross-examination and evidence.
The hearing.
Available relief.
Discretion.
Damages.
Appeals.
The role of EC law. Human Rights Act 1998.