Judicial Review – Legal Advice & Representation
If you’re dissatisfied with a public authority’s decision or action, you may have the option to challenge it through a process called judicial Review. Judicial Review is an essential aspect of the UK’s legal system, allowing individuals and organisations to hold public authorities accountable for their decisions and actions. In this article, we’ll explore what judicial Review is, how it works in the UK, the costs associated with it, and how Axis Solicitors can help you through the process.
What is a Judicial Review in the UK?
Judicial Review is a legal process that allows individuals and organisations to challenge the decisions and actions of public authorities. This can include government departments, local councils, and other public bodies. The purpose of a judicial review is to ensure that public authorities act lawfully, fairly, and within their legal powers.
To initiate a judicial review, you must demonstrate that you have a “sufficient interest” in the matter and that there has been a breach of public law. This could include a failure to follow proper procedures, an unreasonable decision, or a decision that is outside the scope of the public authority’s legal powers.
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