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Administrative Court judicial review guide: essential reading for practitioners
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A new 152 page guide to judicial review applications has been issued by the Administrative Court Office. It is vitally important reading for all practitioners:
The Guide does not have the force of law, but parties using the Administrative Court will be expected to act in accordance with it.
There is no equivalent for immigration judicial reviews in the Upper Tribunal, but much of the guide is transferable as a matter of principle.