Tribunal Practice

By Philip Coppel, Saima Hanif

Tribunals Practice is a major new work on the practice and procedure of the UK's new Tribunal system, established under the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, including coverage of all chambers of the First-Tier and Upper Tribunal. It is the most authoritative and comprehensive work on this topic, and takes into account the most recent changes to the tribunal system, including the expansion of the General Regulatory Chamber, and the revision of the tribunal procedural rules. The book contains: a step-by-step guide covering every practice issue that might arise before a UK Tribunal, from how to initiate an appeal, to seeking a witness summons. Each step is referenced to the relevant tribunal procedural rules, practice statement, practice direction, and other material. ** unrivaled commentary from leading practitioners in the field, drawing on their extensive experience of tribunal and public law work. ** the text of all the major UK statutes and statutory instruments in a consolidated form, along with annotations and references to the authors' narrative which consider the relevant provisions. ** all major Practice Directions, Practice Statements, and Forms. Tribunals Practice is an authoritative one-stop-shop for all practitioners, Tribunal Members, and Judges within the Tribunal system, combining expert analysis with access to the latest version of the core materials.


962 pages

Publication Date: 12/14/2012
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781846612169