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Zuckerman on Civil Procedure: Principles of Practice
Zuckerman on Civil Procedure: Principles of Practice
3rd Edition
Practice Area:  Dispute Resolution
ISBN:  9781847039606
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  13 Dec 2013
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Format:  Hardback
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  • Explains new legislation, case law and developments, especially those following from the Jackson Report and the numerous changes to the Civil Procedure Rules and Practice Directions
  • Updated to reflect changes to Part 36, Protection from costs
  • Extensive revision of numerous chapters, such as service, costs, legal professional privilege and collective redress
  • New chapter on rule making and precedent under the Civil Procedure Rules 1998
  • Discusses the principles necessary for mounting arguments in areas where the law is uncertain
  • Details how judges exercise their extensive case management powers and what this means for the conduct of litigation
  • Outlines the significance of leading cases
  • Considers precedents while also highlights current trends in judicial thinking
  • Highlights problematic areas and inconsistencies likely to be encountered in practice
  • Offers solutions and provides insight when navigating difficult areas
  • Cited in court
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EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD
Adrian Zuckerman is a professor of civil procedure at the University of Oxford. His works have been quoted in virtually all the courts of England and Wales and in the superior courts of several commonwealth countries, such as Australia and Canada. He has influenced some of the key recommendations put forward by Sir Rupert Jackson in the Review of Civil Litigation Costs
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“A work of careful scholarship, written by one who has vast experience in this highly specialist field.”

Sir Henry Brooke, former Lord Justice of Appeal
CONTENTS OF ISSUES
  • The overriding objective of the new Civil Procedure Rules
  • Rule making and precedent under the Civil Procedure Rules 1998
  • The right to fair trial Commencement of proceedings
  • Service Defendant’s acknowledgement of service, admission and challenge to the jurisdiction
  • Statements of case – defining the controversy
  • The application procedure
  • Disposal without trial Interim Remedies – injunctions, interim payment, security for costs
  • Court management and party compliance
  • Procedural tracks
  • Joining claims and parties
  • Discontinuance and stays
  • Disclosure
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