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The Administrative Court gave practical guidance on the handling of applications for judicial review of the Upper Tribunal.
6 October 2011
(1) Four cases were listed together in order to allow guidance to be given about the way in which judicial reviews of non-appealable decisions of the Upper Tribunal should be handled. The cases were all immigration cases where it was argued that there was either an important point of practice or principle to be resolved or there was some other compelling reason, applying the second-appeals criteria laid down in Cart v Upper Tribunal  UKSC 28 and the guidance given in PR (Sri Lanka) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 988.
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