This major new work by two eminent practising barristers provides
the first comprehensive text covering the judicial review process
within this jurisdiction. Topics covered in this title include: The
Grounds for Judicial Review; Initiating an Application for Judicial
Review; The Grant or Refusal of Leave; Timing and Delay; The
Public/Private Divide and Related Topics; Standing and Capacity;
Alternative Remedy; Interim Relief; Between Leave and Hearing;
Participation; Criminal Cause or Matter; The Hearing; Remedies;
Appeals; Costs in Judicial Review; and, Drafting. To help the
reader there are comprehensive Tables of Cases and Statutes, and
Appendices containing helpful precedents and the relevant Rules and
statutory provisions together with applicable Practice Directions.
This excellent work - although the emphasis is on practical
guidance the work is not short on scholarship. It contains a
comprehensive review of recent developments in all areas of
judicial review, while setting its evolution in this jurisdiction
in its proper historical context. 'I warmly commend it to all
practising in this field - and, perhaps more importantly, those who
wish to' - Sir Brian Kerr, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland.
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