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Civil Procedure Rules in Action .

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ISBN13: 9781859415894
ISBN: 185941589X
Published: May 2000
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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The first edition of Grainger and Fealy won considerable praise for the clarity and simplicity of its exposition of the new civil procedure regime. The authors both practising barristers at leading commercial chambers One Essex Court build on that success with a much expanded second edition.

They examine various topics not previously covered (including costs and personal injuries), as well as the recently published rules that form the second wave of the new regime. They also review the many important judicial pronouncements on the Civil Procedure Rules since April 1999. As before, the focus is resolutely practical and the published rules and practice directions are all included here in an easy to use format.

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Part A: The Scope and Structure of the CPR; The Overriding Objective; Case Management; The Allocation of Cases to 'Management Tracks'; The Small Claims Track; The Fast track; The Multi-Track
Part B: Service of Documents; Starting a Claim; Responding to a Claim; Statement of Cases, Amendments and Further Information
Parties; Default Judgements and Setting Them Aside or Varying Them; General Rules About Applications for Court Orders; Summary Judgement; Interim Remedies and Security for Costs; Disclosure and Inspection of Documents; Evidence; Experts and Assessors; Offers to Settle and Payments into Court; Discontinuance; miscellaneous Provisions relating to hearings; Judgements and Orders; Costs; Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence - The Pre-Action Protocols; Other Features of Personal Injury actions Under the CPR; Commercial Court Proceedings; Appeals; Conclusion
Part C: The Core Rules of the CPR, with Relevant Practice Directions Interleaved.