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In an application for judicial review, when does the bundle of documents have to be filed? Is it at the same time as the claim form?
Resource type: Ask
Published on 01-Mar-2017
We have a case for which we need to file a Judicial Review application at Court. I understand that we need to file a claim form, statement of facts, and a bundle. However, when does the bundle have to be filed? Does it need to be filed at the same time as the claim form?
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