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(p. 333) 14. Judicial review remedies 

(p. 333) 14. Judicial review remedies
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(p. 333) 14. Judicial review remedies
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Neil Parpworth

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10.1093/he/9780198747529.003.0014
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date: 22 February 2020

This chapter discusses the various remedies which courts may grant claimants for judicial review. These include a quashing order (formerly certiorari); a prohibiting order (formerly prohibition); a mandatory order (formerly mandamus); declaration; injunction; interim declaration; and substitutionary remedy. Damages, however, are excluded from the list of remedies. Although CPR 54.3(2) provides that a claim for judicial review may include a claim for damages, it further provides that the claim may not seek damages alone.

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