Uniform Civil Procedure Queensland 1e Book + Ebook

Uniform Civil Procedure Queensland 1e Book + Ebook

By Bernard Cairns, Bridget Cullen, The Hon Justice David Thomas


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Date: 30/11/2015

Code: 41857714

Thomson Reuters, AUSTRALIA

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Uniform Civil Procedure Queensland is the one essential book you need to take to Court, featuring the full Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (Qld) along with detailed annotations from our practitioner authors.

It offers:

  • Convenience and portability of a single volume.
  • Currency to 1 October 2015.
  • Annotations informed by practice – analysis is by practitioners senior in their profession
  • Ease of navigation – extensive table of cases, detailed page headings, shading on annotations, and index make it simple to find the content you need.

This volume takes selected legislation and commentary from Thomson Reuters’ subscription work, Queensland Civil Practice which is under the guidance of the Honourable Justice David Thomas, Dr Bernard Cairns and Dr Bridget Cullen.

The annotations have been updated to include, amongst others the following cases:

  • Consideration of appeals where there are issues of dispute in facts : see Chan v First Strategic Development Corporations Ltd (in liq) [2015] QCA 28
  • Ferrari Estate Holdings Pty Ltd v Sovereign Resort Developments Pty Ltd [2015] QSC 126 on rule 445 where the response was defective
  • Discussion of ADR processes in the Civil Proceedings Act 2011 : Look Design and Development Pty Ltd v Sweeney [2015] QDC 36
  • Decision in Marakan v Queensland Police Service [2015] QCA 22 covering issue of vexatious litigants and departure from orders for costs on an indemnity basis.

Table of Contents

Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (Qld)

Chapter 1 – Preliminary

Chapter 2 – Starting proceedings

Chapter 3 – Parties and proceedings

Chapter 4 – Service

Chapter 5 – Notice of intention to defend

Chapter 6 – Pleadings

Chapter 7 – Disclosure

Chapter 8 - Preservation of Rights and Property

Chapter 9 - Ending Proceedings

Chapter 10 – Court supervision

Chapter 11 – Evidence

Chapter 12 – Jurisdiction of registrar 

Chapter 13 – Trials and other hearings

Chapter 14 – Particular proceedings

Chapter 15 – Probate and administration, and trust estates

Chapter 16 to Chapter 17 – Orders & Costs

Chapter 18 – Appellate Proceedings

Chapter 19 to Chapter 20 –- Enforcement

Chapter 21 –- Interpleader Orders

Chapter 22 – Registry & Solicitors

Chapter 23 – Corporations & ASIC Law

Dictionary Sch 4


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