Meaning of “totally without merit” – Free Movement

Posted March 19th, 2015 in civil procedure rules, judicial review, news, tribunals by sally

‘Normally, where an application for judicial review is made the first stage is for a judge to consider the grounds for judicial review and the acknowledgement of service and summary grounds of defence, then decide without holding a hearing whether permission should be granted. Lawyers commonly refer to this decision as being “on the papers” because there is no oral hearing.’

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Free Movement, 19th March 2015