Notable Cases

Notable Cases

Our aim is to provide a service which is practical and effective.

Where significant issues are identified, our outlook is progressive and we have frequently aspired to shape immigration, nationality and human rights law in order to achieve positive change.

We have received widespread recognition for our cutting edge immigration work which has resulted in a number of notable cases of wide public interest. These cases are now leading decisions which have set a precedent for others to follow. They are featured in the law reports of England and Wales. Some of these are listed below:

 

  1. R v Leicester City Council ex parte Bhikha [2000] 4 ALL ER 590, [2000] 1 WLR 2539, [2000] 34 LS Gaz R 41, CA.
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  2. Judicial Review and the Law of Humanity [2001] JR25.
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  3. GS (Article 3 – health – exceptionality) India [2011] UKUT 35 (IAC)
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  4. GS and EO (Article 3 – health cases) India [2012] UKUT 00397(IAC)
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  5. Article on Special Voucher Scheme Abolished - Ramnik Shah ref: Jasvir Jutla & Co 
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  6. RM (Special Vouchers – representation) India [2005] UKIAT 00067
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  7. HG and RG (India – Special Voucher Rules) [2005] UKIAT 00002
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  8. Sayania V. Immigration Appeal Tribunal V. Secretary Of State For Home Department [2001] Ewhc Admin 390 (5th April, 2001)
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  9. PB and Others (Goa: EEA discretionary permit; interpretation) India [2005] UKIAT 00082
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  10. AP and FP (Citizens Directive Article 3(2); discretion; dependence) India [2007] UKAIT 00048
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  11. Ratilal Diru 
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  12. Kaur v DPP [1999] TLR 669.

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  13. Meena Sharma IATRF 1999/5465/4
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  14. R v Secretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Patrick Bonyama [2001] EWCA Civ 1353
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  15. R v Secretary of State for the Home ex parte Abdullah Gharib Salim [2000] Imm AR 6
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  16. R v. Immigration Appeal Tribunal, Ex parte Singh, [1994] Imm AR 513, United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales), 16 June 1994
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  17. PP and SP (paragraph 252 – effect of deletion) India [2005] UKAIT 00141
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  18. Regina v Special Adjudicator ex parte Gurpreet Singh [1996] TLR 719
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Jasvir Jutla & Co Solicitors in the Press

Nicholas Fluck, Law Society president, said: "Jasvir Jutla & Co Solicitors should be justly proud of the great work they have done leading to this award.  

"The Law Society is committed to recognising and celebrating excellence in the legal profession and we congratulate the Leicester firm on this huge achievement."

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