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Administrative Court Practice Directions

Practice Direction 54D – Administrative Court (venue) ( 32.50Kb)

Practice Statement regarding uncontested proceedings ( 0.00Kb)

This direction replaces the practice note of 12 May 1997 [1997] 2 All ER 799

29 October 2008
Direction - Classes of cases specified under section 18(6) of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (PDF 0.00Kb)

Pre action protocol for Judicial Review cases

Practice Direction 54
This Practice Direction supplements Part 54 of the Civil Procedure Rules.

16 January 2002
Neutral Citations

10 April 2001
Citation of Authorities
Applies to all courts except criminal courts.

11 January 2001
Practice Direction on the Form of Judgments, Paragraph Marking and Neutral Citation

20 July 2000
Crown Office Practice Direction - The Administrative Court
The Crown Office is to be renamed the Administrative Court from the 2nd October 2000, to emphasise that this is a specialist court dealing with public and administrative law cases.

23 March 2000
Crown Office List

30 December 1999
Automatic stay after 25 April 2000

1 July 1999
Welsh Devolution Practice Direction

14 January 1999
References to the European Court of Justice by the Court of Appeal and the High Court under Article 177 of the EC Treaty

25 November 1998
Court dress (No 3)

25 November 1998
Further statement to that made on the 22nd April 1998

22 April 1998
Royal Courts of Justice: Judgments

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