If the local authority has made a decision which does not correctly apply the law and the authority’s own policies then it may be possible to issue proceedings at the High Court for judicial review. If successful then the decision must be quashed and the local authority must reconsider their decision making process.
We are often instructed in appeals in respect of refusal of applications for welfare benefits. We understand the decision making processes and the evidence that is required by the tribunals in these cases and can often assist to prepare arguments and represent clients.
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