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A new edition was published, see:
LPC: Civil Litigation 2007 - 2008 isbn 9780199212194

LPC: Civil Litigation 2006 - 2007

ISBN13: 9780199289622
ISBN: 019928962X
New Edition ISBN: 9780199212194
Previous Edition ISBN: 0199281408
Published: August 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Out Of Print

Civil Litigation is a self-contained reference book, designed for use as a core text on the Legal Practice Course. Using illustrations, precedents, and diagrams it describes the civil litigation process, from obtaining instructions through to trial and enforcement of judgments. This 2006-2007 edition includes all recent changes to the Civil Procedure Rules and the subsequent case law.

The text also includes new examples to show specimen Directions from the fast track, multi-track and where Part 36 payments and offers have been made, highlighting to students the practical application of the procedures covered. It has also been updated to be more accessible to students, and includes a number of key point summaries and flowcharts. The section on the impact of the Human Rights Act on civil litigation introduces students to an increasingly important area which will be crucial in practice.

The Guide highlights what students should understand before going into practice and its practitioner focus prepares them for the more comprehensive texts they will use once they have completed the Legal Practice Course.

New to this edition:-

  • New example documents show specimen Directions on the multi-track, fast track and where Part 36 payments and offers have been made. These examples ensure that students are aware of the types of documents they may see once they have qualified and raise their awareness of the practical application of the procedures covered
  • Updated material on the Civil Procedure Rules and new Pre-action Protocols are included, giving students an up-to-date view of the subject area which ensures they are fully prepared for their assessment

Legal Manuals
1. Remedies
2. Limitation of actions
3. Civil evidence (1)
4. Civil evidence (2): The Civil Evidence Acts 1995 and 1968
5. Civil evidence (3): Evidence of opinion and privilege
6. Civil Evidence (4): Preparation of civil evidence
7. Funding civil litigation and costs
8. Managing a civil litigation practice
9. Pre-action and general considerations
10. Jurisdiction and the Civil Procedure Rules
11. Commencing a claim
12. Defending the claim; statements of case
13. Case management
14. The fast track: CPR, Part 28
15. The multi-track: CPR, Part 29
16. Sanctions
17. Small claims: CPR, Part 27
18. Disclosure of documents: CPR, Part 31
19. Witness statements and witness evidence at trail and other hearings
20. Expert witnesses: CPR, Part 35
21. Application for interim orders: CPR, Part 23
22. Interim remedies: CPR, Part 25
23. Preparing for trial
24. The trial
25. Payments into court and offers to settle: CPR, Part 36
26. Termination without trial
Part 20 claims
28. Class or group actions
29. Security for costs
30. Special kinds of litigants (1)
31. Special kinds of litigants (2)
Part 8 procedure: Cases where there is little dispute as to facts
33. Assessment of costs
34. Enforcement of judgments
35. Alternative dispute resolution
36. Appeals in civil proceedings
37. The Human Rights Act 1998 and civil litigation ;