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What is the difference between a judicial review and an appeal?

What is the difference between a judicial review and an appeal?

What is the difference between a judicial review and an appeal?

The grounds for judicial review are limited to narrow legal grounds. A successful applicant must persuade the Court that there is a legal basis to overturn the decision. Even if the Court disagrees with the decision or thinks that it is wrong, this is not enough.

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