Commentary

A5.310 Judicial review—Scotland and Northern Ireland

Administration and compliance

A5.310 Judicial review—Scotland and Northern Ireland

A5.310 Judicial review—Scotland and Northern Ireland

In Scotland regulations provide for the making of petitions for judicial review1. The court, in exercising its supervisory jurisdiction on a petition for judicial review, may2:

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    •     grant or refuse any part of the petition, with or without conditions, or

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    •     make such order in relation to the decision in question as it thinks fit, whether or not such order was sought in the petition, being an order that could be made if sought in any action or petition, including an order for reduction, declarator, suspension, interdict, implement, restitution, payment (whether of damages or

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