NSW Civil Practice & Procedure - Local Courts Practice

NSW Civil Practice & Procedure - Local Courts Practice

By Michael Morahan

Looseleaf

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Date: 18/09/2012

Code: 30125313

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Description

The three volume coverage of the Local Court civil jurisdiction means we recognise that practitioners dealing with the Local Court need more practical and outcome-focussed coverage. In particular, the Practice Guide explains the process for matters run in the Local Court and is set out as a narrative guide to practice, divided into the various stages of the conduct of a matter, while the Court Guide covers all the core legislation and rules with annotations relating to Local Court procedure.

The easy to use layout of the service with shaded legislation, bordered boxes around contents, mini-tabcards separating each Part of the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules and standard headings under each Rule allows information to be located quickly.

Volume 1 of the print version is ideal for carrying to court while the remainder of the service is for desk research.

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