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Civil Litigation Inns of Court School of Law

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Civil Litigation: 2007-2008 by Inns of Court School of Law

Civil Litigation provides the student with an excellent working knowledge of how civil cases are conducted. Clients, instructing solicitors and judiciary expect counsel to be fully conversant with all the features of civil practice and so this manual explains these features concisely and accessibly. Counsel dealing with civil cases soon find that procedural questions arise more frequently than points of substantive law and a good grasp of procedure is essential to ensure that problems are avoided and that cases are dealt with justly. In response to this, Civil Litigation provides students with the necessary thorough grounding in civil procedure. This manual covers the whole range of procedure, from the use of Pre-Action Protocols, through issue and service of proceedings, track allocation and judicial case management, to trial, costs and appeals. It also incorporates all recent changes to the Civil Procedure Rules, as well as a number of recent case law developments. This edition is fully cross-referenced to Blackstone's Civil Practice .

About Inns of Court School of Law

This manual is edited by Stuart Sime, Barrister and BVC Course Director at the The City Law School, City University

Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. Pre-action conduct of litigation; 3. Commencement of proceedings; 4. Responding to a claim; 5. Statements of case; 6. Judgment in default; 7. Track allocation; 8. Parties and joinder; 9. Part 20 claims; 10. Interim applications; 11. Service outside the jurisdiction; 12. Summary judgment; 13. Interim payments and provisional damages; 14. Interim injunctions; 15. Freezing injunctions; 16. Search orders; 17. Small claims track; 18. Fast track; 19. Multi-track; 20. Disclosure of documents; 21. Special disclosure orders; 22. Requests for further information; 23. Limitation; 24. Amendment; 25. Renewal of proceedings; 26. Security for costs; 27. Part 36 offers and payments; 28. Halting proceedings; 29. Expert evidence; 30. Witness statements; 31. Hearsay in civil cases; 32. Admissions, notes to admit and to produce; 33. Trial; 34. References to the European court; 35. Community legal service and financing litigation; 36. Costs; 37. Judgments and orders; 38. Enforcement; 39. Appeals

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Civil Litigation: 2007-2008 by Inns of Court School of Law
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