The court should distinguish the concepts of locus standi and capacity when considering applications for judicial review. An unincorporated association is not a legal person and may not seek Judicial Review.
Independent 13-Jan-1994, Times 21-Jan-1994
See Also – Regina v Darlington Borough Council Ex Association of Darlington Tax Owners and Another (No 2) QBD 14-Apr-1994
An unincorporated association although not a legal person with the capacity to sue in judicial review, may still suffer an order for costs. . .
See Also – Regina v Darlington Borough Council Ex Parte Association of Darlington Taxi Owners and Darlington Owner Drivers Association (No 2) 1995
The court made an order for costs against the members of the Association on rejection of its request for permission to bring judicial review proceeds, even though he had found that the Association was not a legal person capable of bringing such . .
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Litigation Practice, Judicial Review, Company
Updated: 09 April 2022; Ref: scu.86507