JUDICIAL REVIEW - DETAILS OF REMEDY BEING SOUGHT
the High Court of Justice Claim No. (HQ_______)
Claimant THE QUEEN on the application of ANYONE
DETAILS OF REMEDY BEING SOUGHT
declaration or order quashing the Defendants extant enforcement notice.
declaration that the Defendant failed to use it position of authority
such as to protect the said historic building.
declaration or declarations that the Defendant by itís acts and
omissions failed to uphold the rights of the Claimant as defined under
Articles 6, 8, 14 and Part III The First Protocol, Article 1 of the
Human Rights Act 1998.
declaration that the Defendant acted in an oppressive and
unconstitutional manner toward the Claimant.
An injunction restraining the Defendant by itself its servants or
agents or otherwise howsoever from breaching the said Rights of the
Claimant in such manner as to cause an interference in his home, family
and private life, or peaceful enjoyment of possessions, or such as to
discriminate against or obstruct him.
General and or special damages pursuant to Section 8 (1) (2) (3)
and (4) Human Rights Act 1998 such as to afford just satisfaction as the
Court may think fit.
Interest pursuant to Section 35A Supreme Courts Act 1981 on the
sums found to be due to him at such rate and for such period as the
Court may think fit.
Costs in relation to pursuing the above matters, the quantum or
scale of which to be decided by the Court.
Any other order the Court deems appropriate in the circumstances to
secure for the Claimant, justice under any provision, principle or rule
If you wish to apply to the High Court for a Judicial Review, you will need to leave to apply on Form N461 You will also need to supply separately a:-
"Detailed Statement of Grounds" = The statute, common law, government guidance or precedent not
taken into account by your local authority
"Detailed Statement of Facts" = Your story - the events as they occurred to cause the injustice
"Details of Remedy" = What you want the Court to do to put things right, an order
quashing a decision, compensation, etc.
"Evidence you rely on" = Sufficient documents or other exhibits to show the Judge you have
documentary support to qualify your application - as a numbered
THE LINKS TO THE ABOVE DOCUMENTS ARE GIVEN BY WAY OF EXAMPLE - BUT WERE PREPARED BY A LITIGANT IN PERSON, WITH NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN MAKING SUCH APPLICATIONS
Notes for guidance N461 Guidance Notes
Witness Summons N20 Witness Summons
Application for Urgent Consideration N463 URGENT Consideration
The Fee to make an application for leave is £30. A further fee of £100 is payable as and when your application for leave to apply is granted. It costs £30 to ask the Court to issue a Witness Summons.
THANKS: Lastly, I would again like to say to the growing number of affected members of the public who telephone or email me, that I am so very pleased if anything we have published can be used to further just decision making in this great country of ours. We just want to keep it great. The encouragement is mutual!