Regina v Criminal Injuries Compensation Board Ex Parte Cook: CA 22 Dec 1995

Where the board was refusing an application, it need not set out every matter which it had taken into account.
Times 22-Dec-1995, [1996] 2 All ER 144, [1996] 1 WLR 1037
England and Wales
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CitedRegina on Application of M v Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel Admn 31-Aug-2001
The complainant had suffered repeated acts of sexual abuse as a child including acts of penetration. She sought compensation under the scheme, but was initially refused on the basis that it was not a crime of violence, then later awarded pounds . .
CitedRegina v Criminal Injuries Compensation Board ex parte Moore CA 23-Apr-1999
Where a claimant acquired a criminal conviction after the claim had been referred to a single board member for decision, he was entitled, despite the absence of an explicit rule, to refer the case back to the board. Reasons for a decision should . .

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Updated: 03 June 2021; Ref: scu.86471