The third edition of Judicial Review: Law and Practice has been updated to provide practitioners with a comprehensive companion to judicial review proceedings.
This book is intended to assist commercial property practitioners who handle transactions involving licensed properties. It provides a concise overview, but hopefully, one which highlights issues of importance and when to seek further specialist advice.
Participation in Courts and Tribunals is an invaluable resource that makes a compelling case for a principled, explicit commitment to supporting participation across the justice system of England and Wales and beyond.
Written by a team of specialists in local authority liability claims, this well-established and popular work provides a comprehensive survey of the legal liabilities of local authorities.
Now in its sixth edition, Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review provides an authoritative and comprehensive text on the entire law of judicial review. Fully updated, this title provides a thorough, detailed analysis of this complex area of law from a team of judicial review experts.
Guiding you through each step, Statutory Nuisance takes you from initial assessment of a potential nuisance, through document drafting to the magistrates' court and beyond to the higher courts.
Containing in-depth commentary and analysis on the history of market and fair rights together with current developments in the law relating to franchise and statutory markets in the UK, this is the leading authority covering this complex area of law in the UK.
This guide provides legal practitioners, social landlords, the police, tenants and their advisors with a practical guide to the current law governing the control of anti-social behaviour in England and Wales using Injunctions made under the 2014 Act (“ASBIs”).
From initial instructions to appeals and costs, the authors guide the reader through each step of the court process, and provide extensive case examples drawn from a broad range of claims. This readable and concise work includes procedural checklists and a library of precedents.
‘A Practical Guide to The Law Relating to Food’ provides something for everyone, from food business owners seeking a general overview of key compliance issues, to food professionals wanting a quick refresher on specific topics, to students wanting to see how the theory plays out in the real world and, possibly, to others, with no more than a…
Joshua Rozenberg, Britain’s best-known commentator on the law, asks how judges can maintain public confidence while making hard choices.