Regina (Leach) v Commissioner for Local Administration: QBD 2 Aug 2001

The new rules now required a respondent to an application for judicial review, to prepare and file an acknowledgement of service. Where he was successful in defending, or resisting the application for leave, there is no reason in principle why he should not be allowed to recover from the applicant, the costs of steps he had been obliged to undertake by the applicant.


Collins J


Times 02-Aug-2001, [2001] EWHC Admin 445


England and Wales

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CitedMount Cook Land Ltd and Another v Westminster City Council CA 14-Oct-2003
The applicants had sought judicial review of the defendant’s grant of planning permission for the redevelopment of the former CandA building in Oxford Street. Though the application for leave to apply had been successful, and a full hearing took . .
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Judicial Review, Costs, Civil Procedure Rules

Updated: 15 August 2022; Ref: scu.136158