Judicial Review almost never possible where there is a statutory right of appeal – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted June 21st, 2013 in appeals, financial regulation, judicial review, news, reasons, tribunals by tracey

“(on the application of Christopher Wilford) v The Financial Services Authority [2013] EWCA Civ 677. This Court of Appeal judgment further reduces the scope for judicial review of a Decision Notice issued by the Financial Services Authority (‘the FSA’, now the Financial Conduct Authority). Indeed it comes close to excluding judicial review of these Notices. This is because there is a statutory mechanism for challenging Decision Notices. This case sheds light on the very limited role of judicial review where there is such a statutory right.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 21st June 2013

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