Judicial Review

Smart Law has the litigation experience to guide you through the process of judicial review

Judicial review is a High Court procedure in which a judge reviews the lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body. Judicial review is a challenge to the way in which a decision has been made and whether the correct procedures were followed. It does not concern the merits of the conclusion reached or whether it was the ‘right’ decision.

Judicial Review is necessary when seeking:

  • A declaration that a decision is incompatible with Human Rights Act
  • A mandatory order requiring the public body to do something
  • A prohibiting order preventing the public body from doing something
  • A quashing order quashing the public body’s decision

Smart Law Solicitors can advise you on the process and help you to make your case as strongly as possible.

Contact us on 01223 451057 to find out more.

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