Access to judicial review in Scotland

Aileen McHarg

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Abstract

Readers of this blog will be familiar with the controversial reforms to the judicial review procedure in England and Wales (discussed by Elliott and by Bondy & Sunkin), premised on the need to reduce the burden it imposes on public services by reducing the time limit for certain types of cases, reforming the permission stage, and increasing the fees charged, and recently implemented by Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 4) Rules 2013, SI 2013/1412. Judicial review procedure in Scotland currently differs from England and Wales in having no equivalent of the permission stage, nor any fixed time limit within which to bring an application.
LanguageEnglish
TypeOnline Blog Entry
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jul 2013

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Keywords

  • judicial review
  • Scottish judicial system
  • Scots Law

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