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Posted - 23/07/2008 :  01:10:21  Show Profile Send familytaxcredit a Private Message
Judicial Review

Doing a little research regards the above, I came across reasons why a judicial review may be called for.

There are several but the one below seems to fit the bill, for me anyhow

Breach of natural justice

A few bullet points:
*A person who makes a decision should be unbiased and act in good faith. He therefore can not be one of the parties in the case, or have an interest in the outcome. This is expressed in the latin maxim, nemo judex in sua causa: "no man is permitted to be judge in his own cause".

*Proceedings should be conducted so they are fair to all the parties - expressed in the latin maxim audi alteram partem: "let the other side be heard".

*Each party to a proceeding is entitled to ask questions and contradict the evidence of the opposing party.

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Posted - 23/07/2008 :  20:19:26  Show Profile Send n/a a Private Message

I posted links months ago re natural justice and its connection with forming common law. I even suggested that we campaign for Natural Justice rather than Amnesty for victims of Tax Credits.

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