If leave was given to apply for judicial review then, unless it was set aside, it did not fall to be re-opened at the substantive hearing on the basis that there was no ground for extending time under RSC O.53 r.4. R v Tavistock General Commission, ex parte Worth (1985) STC 564 overruled.

HL (Lord Slynn of Hadley, Lord Mackay of Clashfern, Lord Nolan, Lord Clyde, Lord Hobhouse of Woodborough)


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