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The New Civil Procedure Rules isbn 9781845924409

The New Civil Procedure Rules

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ISBN13: 9780406983794
ISBN: 0406983798
New Edition ISBN: 9781845924409
Published: May 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

David Greene on The New Civil Procedure Rules provides you, the practitioner, with a simple guide to the new Rules. It offers robust guidance to the new regime, comparing old with new procedures and explaining those new concepts which are at the very heart of the reforms.It presents the changes in a style and format which makes the rules easy to assimilate and furnishes you with the answers to the fundamental questions on implementation of the new procedures.

The author, David Greene, is a highly experienced litigator and sits on practitioner working parties on the new Rules and so he is extremely well-placed to analyse the changes and their implications. This highly practical and straightforward guide will save you valuable research time, offering an essential reference source on the new Civil Procedure Rules.

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Courts and Procedure
""The Background. Transitional Arrangements. The Overriding Objective. Children and Patients. Commencing Proceedings and Service. Alternative Procedure for Claims. Acknowledgement of Service. Defence and Reply. Amendments to Statement of Case. Further information. Counter Claims. Statements of Truth. Interim Remedies. Summary Judgment. Case Management. Small Claims Track. The Fast Track. Multitrack. Transfer. Disclosure and Inspection of Documents. Experts and Assessors. Offers to Settle and Payments into Court. Applications for Court Orders. Evidence. Deposition and Court Attendance by Witnesses. Hearings and Trials. Judgments and Orders. Discontinuance. Costs. Change of Solicitor.""