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judicial review

A petition to the High Court in the UK asking it to examine and consider the review of a decision made by a public body.
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G25 also highlighted that the High Court decided that the challenge involved Shariah law and should be heard at the Shariah courts and that the Shariah courts have the exclusive jurisdiction to decide on the challenge that was mounted via a judicial review application.
The substantive law of judicial review of administrative action has grown in leaps and bounds in recent decades.
CONTENTS I Introduction II The Indeterminacy of 'Publicness' III The Fluidity of 'judicial Review' IV Is the Classification of Judicial Review as a Branch of Public Law an Epistemological Imperative?
He has said judicial review cases against public bodies in Wales will hit their peak in 2015.
A planning application for the generator on a farm near Berwick has twice previously been approved by Northumberland County Council, only for that approval to be quashed following judicial review.
Solicitor Michael Imperato, who specialises in public service judicial review cases, said: "I've consulted with senior members of the community in Tenby and it sounds like they have a good case for a judicial review.
Clearly, both the public and the courts need a mechanism for holding the executive to account, and a judicial review provides that.
Last year, the three filed judicial reviews to the Supreme Court, questioning the use of a governmental antiterrorism regulation to take legal proceedings against them.
If the judicial review goes in favour of Wiggins, the judge will probably order the matter to revert to Prescott for reconsideration.
The Pakatan administration under PKR, DAP and PAS introduced Section 66A to the Selangor Islamic Administration Enactment 2003 in 2015, which stated that the Shariah High Court would have the jurisdiction, upon the application of any individual, to hear judicial review applications on decisions made by any council or committee that carries out their duties under the state Islamic laws.
He said the Government planned to make it more difficult to bring judicial reviews to court by restricting legal aid for reviews and introducing a new fee to challenge a ruling by a judge that a case is "totally without merit".
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