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- When is a certificate of service required in a judicial review and where is the rule change relating to the number of bundles to be provided where the Divisional Court hears a judicial review?
- Can a local authority allow entities that are not contracting authorities to purchase off a framework for above threshold light touch services the local authority has set up?
- When two bidders in a light touch public procurement have used a bid writer who has provided identical answers for both bids to certain method statements can the Authority reject both bids for colluding?
- Is a public body required or should they in best practice contractually require a party to provide evidence in relation to the section 41, FOIA exemption so that the authority can take this into account in determining whether or not the exemption applies?
- 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?
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