Reserved Judgement

What is Reserved Judgement?


At the end of a hearing, once all evidence and closing legal submissions have been heard, the Judge may say that judgement is reserved. This means that the Judge (or the Tribunal if it is a full panel) will retire to decide on the evidence and the outcome of the case. This is the judgement. Once the Judge or the Tribunal have made their decision it will be typed up and sent to all of the parties. This is the reserved judgement.

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