Appeals and judicial review

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Changes were made in relation to appeals as a result of the introduction of the single Family Court with effect from 22 April 2014, see Practice Note: Appeals—general...

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Court of Appeal Appeals to the Court of Appeal are governed by Part 52 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998, SI 1998/3132 (CPR) and CPR PD 52C. Changes to Pt 52 and PD 52C...

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Reforms to the family justice system that took effect on 22 April 2014 made changes to appeals, in particular as a result of the introduction of the Family Court. Certain...

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Reforms to the family justice system that took effect on 22 April 2014 made changes to appeals, in particular as a result of the introduction of the single Family Court....

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General rule on costs The general rule in relation to costs in judicial review, as in other proceedings, is that costs follow the event. However, pre-emptive cost orders...

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When a public body receives a claim form for judicial review, the first step is to consider whether the claim has been brought in time. For further guidance, see Practice...

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Key procedural stages in a judicial review claim in the Administrative Court Broadly speaking, and subject to any contrary directions, the key stages in a judicial review...

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When considering whether and how to bring a claim for judicial review, the first step is to consider whether this would be an appropriate means of addressing the issues...

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What is Judicial Review? Judicial review is a process by which the courts exercise a supervisory jurisdiction over the exercise of public functions by public bodies. This...

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For guidance on the general principles applied and applications for permission, see Practice Notes: Appeals—general principles, practice and procedure and Applications...

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Background For a considerable time there had been doubt and confusion as to the available routes of challenging a financial order (whether or not made by consent) where...

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