An applicant must obtain the permission of the court to bring judicial review proceedings. It is only once this has been obtained that the respondent decision-making body becomes involved in the proceedings. Therefore, is there any obligation upon the applicant to let the respondent know its concerns in a ‘letter before action’ before an application for judicial review is lodged?
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