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Practical Guide to Public Law Litigation in Scotland, A

Practical Guide to Public Law Litigation in Scotland, A
Practice Area:  Public Law
ISBN:  9780414065239
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  10 Dec 2019
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Format:  Hardback
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This brand new title is written by three former practitioners with many years’ experience of acting for both petitioners and respondents in public law litigation in Scotland.

The focus of this text is on judicial review, how decisions by public or other bodies can be challenged, how to investigate potential grounds of challenge and defences, how court actions are funded, and what remedies might be sought.

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CONTENTS

  1. What Can Be Challenged and Where Do I Do It?
  2. How Do I Fund the Challenge?
  3. Starting the Action
  4. Time Limits, Practicalities and Permission
  5. The Hearings
  6. Miscellaneous Things That Might Happen During an Action
Appendices
  1. PEO table
  2. Petitions flowchart
  3. Style petition
  4. Style answers to petition
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