Asylum List 6th November - Cases not mentioned to be struck out
The judge in charge of the Asylum list has directed that at the Monday list on 6th November 2017 practitioners are required to expressly mention to the court any cases coming within the scope of the asylum, immigration and citizenship list that have not been finally determined by the High Court and have not already been mentioned to or listed before the judge in charge of the list after 2nd October 2017, other than:
(i) Cases to which a date later this term has already been assigned; or
(ii) Cases where judgment has been reserved.
This includes a requirement to expressly mention any case whether pre-leave or post-leave that has been adjourned generally with liberty to re-enter.
Where the adjourned case is a pre-leave matter, the applicant's legal representatives must be in a position to move the leave application on 6th November, 2017.
Any matter coming within the scope of this direction that is not so mentioned to the court will be struck out by way of a final order.