A popular term for the Administrative Division of the High Court of Justice, where appeals against the decision of a Fitness to Practise Panel are heard, as set out in §40 of the Medical Act (as amended) 1983.
Reportedly, the size of the provision that Kungsleden is now making is somewhat less that the prior assessed maximum amount because higher deductions have been approved by that Swedish Tax Authority and granted by the Administrative Court of Appeal.
In other news the Swedish county administrative court has rejected Telia's appeal of a decision made by the PTS in August 2000 that the so-called cascaded accounting method should be applied to determine interconnection charges for traffic transmitted over Telia's network to and from other operators.
Mr Bland, who is also senior partner at the Birmingham office of Eversheds, said: 'Establishing an Administrative Court in Birmingham makes enormous sense - and will add to Birmingham's prestige as a professional and legal centre.
The State Council's administrative court has issued a 'stay of execution of law' judgement regarding the maximum wage for employees of the banks Banque du Caire, the National Bank of Egypt (NBE), and the United Bank.
The Higher Administrative Court confirmed the lustration decisions for 24 people, with which the commission for the verification of facts, also known as the lustration commission, declared them as collaborators of the secret services.