Regina v Common Professional Examination Board ex parte Sally Mealing-Mcleod: Admn 4 Nov 1997

The claimant challenged decisions taken as to the extension of time to allow her to pass the Common Professional Examination to become a member of the Bar. An application had some time before made for an oder under the 1981 Act. There was no taint of vexation in this application.
Sedley J
[1997] EWHC Admin 969
Bailii
Supreme Court Act 1981
England and Wales
Cited by:
Appeal FromRegina v ex parte Mealing-Mcleod CA 18-Feb-1999
Formal order acknowledging settlement in favour of the applicant. . .
See AlsoRegina v Common Professional Examination Board (ex parte Sally Mealing Mcleod) Admn 19-Apr-1999
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See AlsoRegina v Common Professional Examination Board ex parte Mealing-Mcleod CA 21-Apr-1999
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See AlsoMcleod v Common Professional Examination Board SCCO 13-Mar-2000
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See AlsoRegina v Common Professional Examination Board, Ex Parte Mealing-Mcclead CA 19-Apr-2000
A party was required to pay money into court before pursuing an appeal. She borrowed money for this purpose but on the express condition that it should be used for this purpose only and was not to become part of her general assets. The money was . .

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