Hamasour, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for The Home Department (Supplementary Decision Letter – Effect): UTIAC 13 Jul 2015

Immigration Judicial Review – The decision in Nash v Chelsea College of Art and Design [2001] EWHC 538 (Admin) may provide a useful tool on the issue of whether a supplementary decision letter amounts to a fresh decision, or whether it merely supplements the decision already made, and in relation to matters to be considered in terms of the effect of such a supplementary decision letter.

Coker UTJ
[2015] UKUT 414 (IAC)
England and Wales
UsefulNash v Chelsea College of Art and Design QBD 11-Jul-2001
A student’s appeal against her examination marking was heard, but the reasons were only given some months later.
Held: When looking to see whether those reasons should be admitted, a court should be careful before accepting late reasons, . .

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Updated: 03 January 2022; Ref: scu.550625