(1) The court may rule on an application without a hearing if – (2) An application under this rule must be made within 7 days after the date on which the decision was served on the applicant. (a) the Court considers that a hearing would be appropriate; or (b) the notice period is shorter than the period prescribed by these Regulations or a practice direction, (1) This rule applies where the court has made an application that it has made without service of a copy of the notice of application. At the applicant`s request, the court must reinstate the application to the list and set a date for a hearing. (i) if the application for an order under rule 9.7 is processed, at least 14 days; and (1) If the plaintiff or a defendant does not attend the hearing of an application, the court may proceed in the absence of that person. (3) The decision shall contain a declaration of the right to apply for annulment (GL) or amendment of the decision in accordance with Rule 18.11. (a) it is permitted by a rule or practical statement; or (a) for applications, where another rule of another part of those rules establishes the procedure applicable to that type of application; (1) A person who has not been informed of a copy of the notice of application prior to an appointment under rule 18.10 may apply for the order to be rescinded (GL) or amended. (b) the parties agree on the terms of the order sought, or the parties agree that the court may rule on the application without a hearing and that it does not consider the oral proceedings to be appropriate. (5) This rule does not require written evidence – (b) the court shall reject the application without a hearing in accordance with paragraph 1(a)(b) for the opening of proceedings, unless another party to that Regulation prescribes the procedure for the opening of proceedings; or (c) with respect to proceedings under Parts 12 and 14, the guardian of the children (if any). . If an application must be made within a certain period of time, this is the case if the court receives the notice of application within that period. (3) If a copy of a notice of application is served by an officer of the court, it shall be served by – the court may order that sufficient notice has been given in the circumstances of the case and hear the application.
(c) in closed proceedings. 1. The procedure set out in Part 18 shall be as described in this Part. 1. The following persons shall respond to a request under this Part – (b) where a practical instruction provides that the procedure set out in Part 18 cannot be applied according to the nature of the request concerned. (b) the court waives the requirement for notice of application. (c) a copy of the draft decision attached by the applicant to the application. .
(Part 17 requires that a notice of application be verified by a statement of truth if the applicant wishes to rely on the circumstances set out in his or her application as evidence.) (ii) where an application for authorisation is submitted with a view to requesting a decision in proceedings, any person who will be a party to the proceedings initiated if the authorisation is granted; and (1) Subject to subsection (2), a copy of the notice of application shall be served – the court may re-include the application on the list on application or on its own initiative. (ii) in the case of a proceeding referred to in Part 11, the person who is the subject of that proceeding; (a) where an existing procedure exists or the procedure has been completed – (2) The applicant shall file a copy of all written supporting documents at the time of filing the notice of notification. 2. The application shall be accompanied by a draft application. (b) briefly the reasons why the applicant is applying for the order. An application for leave to initiate proceedings must be submitted to the court where the proceedings are initiated at the time the authorisation is granted. (b) a copy of any supporting testimony; and (Rule 5.4 contains general provisions concerning the court before which the proceedings are to be instituted.) (1) Subject to subsection (2), the applicant shall file a notice of notification. (i) if a notification has been made under section 44 of the 2002 Act (notification of the intention to issue or apply for an order under section 84 of that Act), the local authority to which the notification was given; and (Rule 18.8 concerns the service of a copy of the notice of filing.) (b) with respect to the proceedings referred to in Part 11, the person who is the subject of the proceedings or, in the case of an application for commencement of proceedings, will be the subject of the proceedings; and (4) this Part is subject to or in accordance with all provisions of Part 41 (Electronic Procedure). (b) It is for the Court to examine at the same time whether an injunction should be issued. (2) An applicant may use the procedure set out in Part 18 if the application is made – if the court rejects an application (including an application to allow the appeal) and finds that the application is totally unfounded – (2) An application may file an application without filing a notice of notification if – (2) When the court makes a decision, Regardless of whether the application is granted or rejected, a copy of the notice of application and all supporting evidence, unless the court decides otherwise, must be served with the order – (b) be served on a party to whom it has already been served.
(a) notification of the date and place where the application is heard; (2) An application may be made without serving a copy of the notice of application if it is admissible by – (a) an application for authorization is made to file an application in a proceeding under the 1989 Act; and…