atticus wrote:it is becoming increasingly the case that Courts need to ration their time, and that cases will only be allowed an appropriate amount of time, having regard to the needs of other court users. Low value cases get less attention.hairy wrote:is it not an important principal of any judicial process that all cases be dealt with to the same standard of care?
Looking at our example (though I have looked at more of it than you), it is clear that they need to operate more efficiently. As with many things, if you do a half arsed job, then you often have to do it again (and again). In this case they have ignored the applicant's questions and therefore necessitated further correspondence.
If the court has compared the current case to established case law, then is it really too much to expect to be told which case law?