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Civil Procedure 2nd ed: The Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - A White Book Service

Edited by: The Right Hon. Lord Justice May, The Right Hon. Sir Richard Scott

ISBN13: 9780421692602
ISBN: 042169260X
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421674601
Published: October 1999
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £50.00
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NB: This is not the 1999 White Book. It is a bridging volume between the pre and post Woolf Reforms.

This revised edition of The Civil Procedure Rules 1998 brings the work fully up-to-date, including the many changes to the Rules and Practice Directions issued since April 1999 and offers a full replacement to Volume 1 of the current service.

You will be alerted to further changes to the Rules and Practice Directions in your free subscription to Civil Procedure News, which will be automatically sent to all purchasers of the second edition who register with Sweet and Maxwell.

This work contains:-

  • Fully updated text of Civil Procedure Rules 1998
  • All Practice Directions supplementing the Rules and Miscellaneous Practice Directions
  • Updated commentary on the new Rules and those RSC and CCR still in force under the Schedules to the new Rules.
  • Pre-Action Protocols
  • CPR Forms
  • New Court Guides for the Chancery Division, Commercial Court, Mercantile Court and Patents Court.
  • Supreme Court Fees Order 1999 and County Court Fees Order 1999
Expert commentary by the White Book editors provides a clear explanation of the new procedures, examines the relationship between the new Rules and the old regime, and alerts practitioners to likely future changes. Now all civil litigators, practising in either the High Court or county courts, can rely on the authoritative guidance of the White Book Service.

Rules Up-to-date to October 20, 1999