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Claims for judicial review require permission from the court before going ahead. Claims must be made within certain time limits in order to get this permission. Most cases must be made within 12 weeks of the challenged decision being made; or 6 weeks in planning cases. In statutory appeals cases the time is fixed at six weeks.
You cannot be dilatory or look as though you are ok with a decision. There is an extra requirement that claims must also be ‘prompt’. The court can throw cases out even if they are within the correct time limit if it views them as having been unnecessarily delayed.
It is worth considering action as soon as you possibly can to meet this promptness requirement but also to ensure that we can provide the best case possible within the time constraints. Get in touch with our lawyers today to find out how we can help.
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