Judicial Review

What can you do if CQC gets it wrong?

Public bodies such as local authorities and regulatory bodies frequently make important decisions about vulnerable people and their rights to services in relation to their care. There is legal mechanism in place where providers can challenge the decisions of CQC via issuing judicial review proceedings. Recent years have shown that providers are no longer shying …

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Lexis Nexis – Viability of remedies against public authorities

Public bodies serve the public. Increasingly those affected by public authority decisions are aggrieved and seek a remedy. Clearly if the grievance relates to breach of contract or a tort (civil wrong) the public body may be held liable for remedies arising under the common law. Such claims include breach of statutory duty (where such …

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