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Judicial ReviewDecisions made by Public bodies can have a huge impact on you.
Public bodies do not always get it right.
What is Judicial Review?
Judicial review is where the Court reviews the decision making process used by the Public Body in reaching its decision. If it finds that the process was unfair it can require the Public Body to start the decision process again this time undertaking the process fairly.
Examples of Judicial Review includes reviews of decisions made:
- Decisions at H.M.R.C. Tribunals
- Decisions of Mental Health Tribunals
- Decisions of Local Education Authorities
- Decisions of Local Planning Authorities
Pardoes Consumer Disputes team enjoy access to specialist Counsel and can confidently pursue a judicial review on your behalf.
Please be aware that there are very tight time limits to launch a judicial review, generally no more than three months. So if you have been affected by a Public Bodies decision and want it reviewed by the Court, contact us as soon as possible.
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For further information on Judicial Review, call us on 0800 862 0442 or contact our team direct on 01935 385996. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and we'll call you back as soon as possible.
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