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United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales)

The High Court deals with higher level civil disputes and consists of three divisions: the Queen’s Bench Division; the Chancery Division and the Family Division. The jurisdiction of the Administrative Court, which is part of the Queen’s Bench Division, is varied, consisting of the administrative law jurisdiction of England and Wales as well as a supervisory jurisdiction over inferior courts and tribunals. Website: www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk
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R (on the application of Mehari) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department

22 February 2010 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

R (on the application of Alemu) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department

5 November 2009 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

FE (Ethiopia) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department

29 May 2009 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

R (on the application of Rabah, Woldemichael and Saadah) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department

18 March 2009 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

R (on the application of Hailemariam) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department

17 February 2009 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

R (on the application of Tesfamichael) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department

19 December 2008 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

R (on the application of Binyan Mohamed) v. Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

21 August 2008 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

R v. Immigration Appeal Tribunal, Ex parte Senait (Belayeneh Tefara)

2 October 1998 | Publisher: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law

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