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New Civil Procedure Rules By Grainger

New Civil Procedure Rules by Grainger

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Summary

An explanatory guide to the new civil procedure rules, set out by Lord Woolf, which come into effect on the 26 April 1999 and render obsolete many existing civil litigation practices. The text includes the Core Rules and new Practice Directions and is written by commercial lawyers for lawyers.

New Civil Procedure Rules Summary

New Civil Procedure Rules by Grainger

An explanatory guide to the new civil procedure rules, set out by Lord Woolf, which come into effect on the 26 April 1999 and render obsolete many existing civil litigation practices. The text includes the Core Rules and new Practice Directions and is written by commercial lawyers for lawyers.

Table of Contents

Part A The scope and structure of the new rules: the overriding objective; case management; the allocation of cases to "management tracks"; the small claims track; the fast track; the multi-track. Part B service of documents: starting a claim (including the alternative part 8 procedure); responding to a claim (including acknowledgements of service and disputes re jurisdiction); statements of case; amendments and further information; default judgments and setting them aside or varying them; general rules about applications for court orders; summary judgment; interim remedies; disclosure and inspection of documents; evidence; experts and assessors; offers to settle and payments into court; costs. Part C Core rules: with related practice directions interleaved.

Additional information

GOR001311740
9781859414996
1859414990
New Civil Procedure Rules by Grainger
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1999-03-01
340
N/A
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