HUMANITY Judicial Review

Any decision made by an administrative body must comply with the principles of the General Administrative Law as these were codified by the General Administrative Law Principles in 1999 and adhere to the relevant procedures. Public authorities, public bodies, governmental departments but also a range of other bodies governed by Public Law which have decisional powers are sometimes led to unlawful decisions. To redress injustice, the processes which lead to those decisions can be challenged and in many instances those decisions are duly overturned. However, an important prerequisite in such circumstances is to act as quickly as possible. 

Our firm is recognised as a leader in the field of Human Rights protection. Our team has an in-depth knowledge of European Directives and Regulations, as well as local and international legislation.

Our well-experienced lawyers have the ability to challenge any decision which appears to be against the Law or adversely affects our clients’ fundamental rights and freedoms. We have a long-standing, nationwide reputation of handling complex and high-profile cases at the Administrative and Supreme Court.

Our main goal is to persuade administrative bodies to reconsider their decisions out of Court, so our clients obtain the best possible outcome. Nevertheless, if our efforts have been without avail, we take pertinent measures to relentlessly pursue and restore justice through litigation and mandate the administration body to restore the situation as it was before, and re-examine the case before it, fully complying with the binding annulling judgment of the Court.

EXPERTISE Our areas of expertise include:

  • Rejection of citizenship through investment applications
  • Infringement of administration proceedings
  • Rejection of applications of displaced persons regarding Government’s financial assistance (housing programmes),
  • Rejection of applications of Class A and B Bookmaker’s licence (licensing of online betting), etc.