Making use of two case studies which run throughout the book, this text provides student-focused coverage of the key procedures central to the civil litigation process. Innovative diagrams in the form of a timeline help students see how the procedures fit together, while costs and professional conduct issues are clearly highlighted.Cases issued after 1 April 2013 in this track will be those cases that have an upper limit value of Ap10, 000aexcept in the following cases: ... the claim by the defendant, the claimant should consider making an application for judgment on the admission under CPR 14.1(4) in order ... The judge may act as a#39;advocatea#39; and may ask questions of witnesses, and he may limit or exclude cross-examination. ... Lay representation is permitted and it is common for parties to represent themselves.
|Title||:||Civil Litigation Handbook 2013-2014|
|Author||:||Susan Cunningham-Hill, Karen Elder|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2013-08-08|