NSW Civil Procedure – Court Practice & Litigation - Supreme, District, Local Courts
the NSW Civil Procedure Act 2005 (NSW) and the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005, New South Wales Civil Procedure brings you all the information you require for practice in the NSW Supreme, District and Local Courts.
Cut through the clutter
NSW Civil Procedure responds quickly and helpfully to significant cases and practice developments. It is the perfect companion for practitioners who value speed and ease of use in court – a simple, succinct guide to practice in the Local, District and Supreme Courts.
Authors in the know
As key members of the Civil Procedure Working Party, the Hon John P Hamilton QC, the Hon Justice Geoff Lindsay and Carol Webster SC bring a wealth of experience to the service.
Clear as day
The style of annotations make the legislation easy to understand. Broken down elementally, a single reading is all it takes to learn how each provision operates and how it has been applied by the Courts.
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Looseleaf - 2 Volume
Volume 1 - Take to Court volume contains the annotated Rules, core legislation and Practice Notes for Supreme, District and Local Court use.
Volume 2 - Essential research materials including the Supreme and District Court rules and related legislation.
Why NSW Civil Procedure?
NSW Civil Procedure delivers faster and superior guidance
- Don't waste time in court.
- With NSW Civil Procedure you have annotations that focus on cases that are relevant in court now - not historical decisions.
- The General Editors focus on taut well-written and current commentary that helps practitioners.
NSW Civil Procedure works wherever you need it
- Take to Court the key legislation, with expert annotations, and Supreme/ District/ Local Court Practice Notes, for easy use when points arise.
- Volume 1 of the looseleaf service is everything you need in court.
- Or choose to take your tablet or laptop computer to court, and have the same content available without carrying a binder.
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Table of contents
- Civil Procedure Act 2005 (annotated)
- Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005 (annotated)
- Delegation to registrars - Local, District and Supreme
- Practice Notes - Local, District and Supreme
- Supreme Court Act 1970 (annotated)
- Supreme Court Rules 1970 (annotated)
- Supreme Court (Corprations) Rules 1999 (annotated)
- District Court Act 1973 (annotated)
- District Court Rules1973 (annotated)
- Comparative Tables
- Evidence Act 1995
- Evidence Regulation 2010
- Evidence (Audio and Audio Visual Links) Act 1998
- Evidence (Audio and Audio Visial Links) Regulation 2010
- Evidence on Commision Act 1995
- Local Court Act 2007 (extracts) (unannotated)
- Local Court Rules 2009 (extracts) (unannotated)
Other Civil Procedure Essentials
The handbook of choice for Judges in all NSW Courts
Features of the 2016 edition:
- Currency to 18 March 2016
- Essential content selected for relevance, including annotated Civil Procedure Act, Regulation and Rules
- Annotations informed by practice
- Ease of navigation