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PLEASE PASS THIS QUESTION TO EXPERT JAMIE-LAW FOR AN ANSWER???Which one of the following best describes the circumstances in which Full public funding should be granted?A---as long as Judicial Review is available and where all administrative appeals, reasonable alternative remedies and other pre-action procedures been complied with.B----as long as the Defendant has been sent a pre-action protocol Letter Before Claim and been given an opportunity to respond but has failed to provide any or any satisfactory response within the stipulated time.C----as long as the prospects of success are 50% or more, or where it is not possible to assess the prospects of success (e.g. because there are difficult disputes of fact, law or expert evidence) but where the case has a significant wider public interest or it is of overwhelming important to the client or it raises significant human rights issues.D----only when all three of the above are satisfied.
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A---as long as Judicial Review is available and where all administrative appeals, reasonable alternative remedies and other pre-action procedures been complied with - yes that is right
B----as long as the Defendant has been sent a pre-action protocol Letter Before Claim and been given an opportunity to respond but has failed to provide any or any satisfactory response within the stipulated time - this is right
C----as long as the prospects of success are 50% or more, or where it is not possible to assess the prospects of success (e.g. because there are difficult disputes of fact, law or expert evidence) but where the case has a significant wider public interest or it is of overwhelming important to the client or it raises significant human rights issues - this is right
D----only when all three of the above are satisfied - so it has to be this answer.

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the right option is C. Am I right???

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