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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Judicial Review: Law, Practice and Procedure 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9780421897205
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Publication Abandoned

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Judicial Review: Law and Procedure provides a comprehensive, accessible, introductory guide to the law, practice and procedure of judicial review. It gives the practitioner access to an experienced public law barrister's expertise on all aspects of the subject, from analysis of the remedy of judicial review to clear guidance on all stages of procedure.

Specific sections deal with individual areas of practice where judicial review predominates (immigration, housing, criminal law and commercial matters).

  • A clear and comprehensive exposition of the law and procedure relating to judicial review
  • Short paragraphs enable succinct guidance and ease of use
  • Step-by-step guidance on procedure, including the hearing
  • Highlights what questions to ask and answer
  • Covers procedure from the point of view of both applicant and defendant
  • Includes relevant CPR, procedural tables and forms

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Constitutional and Administrative Law
Part 1:
Law. Remedy of judicial review.
Process of review.
Remedies available.
The applicant.
The respondent.
Part 2:
Procedure. Relationship between judicial review and other forms of process.
Obtaining leave to apply for judicial review.
The interlocutory stage.
The full hearing.
Part 3:
Judicial review in practice.
Criminal jurisdiction of magistrates.
Immigration and deportation decisions.
Control over local authorities.
Housing the homeless.
Commercial judicial review.
Civil liberties and related areas.
Miscellaneous areas of review.
Civil Procedure Rules.
Procedural tables.