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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Mareva Injunctions and Related Interlocutory Orders isbn 9781845926199

Mareva Injunctions and Related Interlocutory Orders

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ISBN13: 9781854751072
ISBN: 1854751077
New Edition ISBN: 1845926196
Published: September 1998
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

""This is the first Irish textbook to deal exclusively with Mareva injunctions, Anton Piller orders, disclosure orders, Bankers Books Evidence Act orders, orders preventing defendants from leaving the State, asset freezing orders under the Criminal Law Act 1994 and Proceeds of Crime Act 1996 as well as under family law legislation. Comprehensive yet practical, Mareva Injunctions provides information for the first time in Irish law on many issues arising in civil litigation, e.g. the drafting of affidavits; that ex parte applications must be uberrimae fide; undertakings as to damages in all injunctions; the drafting of injunctions etc. The book cites over 100 ex tempore orders which, outside of newspaper reports, have never been recorded before as indicative of High Court and Circuit Court practice and procedure.""

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""The Mareva Injunction in context. The jurisdiction to grant Mareva relief. Statutory jurisdictions to freeze assets. A substantive cause of action. A good arguable case. The risk of removal or disposal of assets. The defendant's assets. Applying for a Mareva Injunction. The Mareva order and its effects. Ancillary orders. Restraining defendants from leaving the state. Enforcing Mareva Injunctions and other orders. Appendices: precedents.""