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Articles Local Government & Public Law 27th Jul 2022

Article by Jonathan Lewis – New quashing orders and abolition of Cart judicial reviews under JRCA 2022

Lexis Nexis Public Law analysis written by Jonathan Lewis.

In July 2020, the Independent Review of Administrative Law (IRAL) was launched to consider options for the reform of the judicial review process. In March 2021, it published its report. In July 2021, the government published its response. The result is the JRCA 2022, which received Royal Assent on 28 April 2022. Part 1 of JRCA 2022 deals with judicial review and contains only two sections (both of which came into force on 14 July 2022). JRCA 2022, s 1 creates new forms of quashing orders. JRCA 2022, s 2 removes what has become known as the ‘Cart jurisdiction’.

This article was first published by LexisPSL on 26 July 2022

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