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In what context?
again, sorry in what context
If your question is not clear then I can not help. I will opt out.
Would it be possible to explain the context in which this is used?
In what context was the term used?
I need to know in what context the term was used?
I am a barrister.
Would it be possible to give me the information I asked for?
Ok. Best of luck with this.
My name is ***** ***** I will try and assist
However I do need a little more information first to understand what context the words "Judicial disqualification" are being used in and what "everywhere" means to you.
After all I have no idea what those words might mean in countries which do not share our legal system - and there are more that don'e than do - and Judicial Disqualification could be disqualification BY the Judges or OF a Judge depending on the context
I want to be sure that I am actually diving accurate information - and the information you need to know!
So a little context would help - otherwise I will simply give a generalised overview!
Bearing in mind that you are asking this question on the UK law Section I shall assume that what you are referring to is the requirement of Judges to "recuse" themselves from a case
" if a fair-minded and informed observer, having considered all the facts, would conclude that there was a real possibility that the judge was biased" (Lord Justice Arden 2013)
Please ask if you need further details
Either party to the action can make the application - more details here
Are you a party to the case?
i need to know if you are a party to the case
Thank you for your question
My name is ***** ***** I shall do my best to help you.
You can have the details set out in a "Separation Agreement" which will also confirm the intention to divorce after two years and for the Financial Agreement to be turned into a Court Order
Alternatively you can agree to a divorce based on Adultery by one of you and have a Consent Order prepared
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
Sorry about that - it is a site glitch which is sending me mad!
One of the Parties has to make the application - the form is an N244 and you can find details on filling it in here
However if it is a Family matter then it is a D11
No not reported.
This form is used to apply to have the Judge recuse him/herself
Then it forms part of the appeal
That will be fine
Unless one of the Parties wishes to act in the way I have set out then the only option is to make a complaint
Then the Party applies for leave to appeal out of time
You use the N244
No it is not i am afraid
Not usually no
That is what happens when the application to recuse is made
Yes the party to the matter can ask permission to make an Oral application
Yes but it is not an application to take lightly and only on the basis that the Judge has not been nice in the past.
It shoudl only be done if there is a specific action that can be pointed to as proof of bias
It would help me with my list if you could consider rating now as otherwise I have to keep responding even when it is clear you need time to think!
I get paid when you give a positive rating - if there is no positive rating then I do not get paid!
I am aware that not all experts carry on after that - but I am happy to continue with follow ups so long as you need clarification.
The law can be confusing even for lawyers!
AS I understand it I get paid for each accept - but I will ask customer services to clarify