Tribunal appeals – a practical advantage

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By LORRAINE REED, solicitor at Bevan Brittan Solicitors

Arecent Care Standards Tribunal decision may make it harder for providers to successfully appeal once registration has been cancelled.

As reported in the May issue of Caring Times, the decision of the High Court in Welsh Ministers v Care Standards Tribunal (1) and H (2) (2008) EWHC 49 (Admin) provided guidance on the ability of providers and managers to pursue appeals to the Care Standards Tribunal in circumstances where their “link” to the premises to which their registration, or application, relates has been lost, for example where the premise

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