A major new work on the practice and procedure of the new Tribunal system, established under the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. It is the most authoritative and comprehensive work on this topic, and takes into account important changes to the tribunal system including the expansion of the General Regulatory Chamber, the revision of the tribunal procedural rules, and the Supreme Court decisions in R (Cart) v Upper Tribunal and Eba v Advocate General for Scotland, together with a raft of more recent decisions which provide helpful guidance on the scope and extent of the power of the new tribunals.
Contents: The text of all the major statutes and statutory instruments in a consolidated form, which govern the procedure before the Chambers of the First-tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal; A step-by-step guide covering every practice issue that might arise before a Tribunal, from how to initiate an appeal, to seeking a witness summons. Each step is referenced to the relevant tribunal procedural rules, practice statement, practice direction and other material such as case law; Detailed commentary from leading practitioners in the field, drawing on their extensive experience of tribunal and public law work; All major Practice Directions and Practice Statements; Academic articles and journal references where appropriate.
It is an affordable but authoritative one-stop-shop for all practitioners, Tribunal Members and Judges within the tribunal system, combining expert analysis with access to the latest version of the core materials.
|Author(s)||Coppel, P and Hanif, S|