A spokesman for the LLDC board, which is tasked with sorting out the stadium's future, said:
"We have been notified that Leyton Orient have made the decision to issue proceedings for judicial review.
"Whilst this is disappointing, we believe that our processes have been robust, fair and transparent and that the challenge is misconceived."
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