In 2012 The Civil Court Practice 2012 (The Green Book 2012) will include a free of charge eBook. The CD-ROM will still be provided alongside the mainwork and all supplements will be provided in both hardcopy and in esupplement format. The current publication date for The Civil Court Practice 2012 (The Green Book 2012) and CD is 31st March 2012, the eBook publication date is tbc as soon as we have further information it will be displayed online.
The Green Book is the essential guide to bringing, defending and appealing civil proceedings and is an indispensable source of reference for all practitioners whether in the High Court or county courts. It provides focused, authoritative and comprehensive coverage of the CPR and is fully cross-referenced to Butterworths Civil Court Precedents.
Volume One examines procedure in the civil courts and contains the Civil Procedure Rules 1998.
Volume Two covers general and more specific jurisdiction of the civil courts. Included in Volume 2 are the Supreme Court Rules and PDs and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Rules and PDs.
A separate forms supplement sets out all available forms listed in CPR PD 4 together with some additional forms. Also included is a supplement containing the procedural tables for easy desk top reference. These tables assist in complicated or lengthy procedures which have to be completed against the clock, minimising the risk of error.
A CD-ROM provides the full text and the complete set of fillable and downloadable forms.
Essential commentary and explanatory notes are included throughout, written by an expert editorial board, including Lord Justices of Appeal, QBD and Chancery Masters, district judges and leading practitioners. A Green Book subscription also includes a completely updated Volume One reissued for free in October, as well as updating supplements throughout the year, and a regular newsletter Civil Court News containing case summaries and articles.
The Green Book is known for its clear, comprehensive and pertinent explanation of the Rules, the cases and their application. This detailed coverage is unrivalled by other texts on civil procedure and places the Green Book firmly at the top of the litigation tree.
All in 2 main volumes - nothing archived. Available in 3 formats - book and CD-ROM, and online as part of the Civil Procedure menu. The Green Book can be with you wherever and whenever.
The 2012 edition includes all recent updates to the CPR.
Volume 1; Preface;
Contents How to use The Civil Court Practice; Developments since the October 2011 Reissue; Table of Statutes; Table of Civil Procedure Rules; Table of Rules of the Supreme Court; Table of County Court Rules; Table of Other Statutory Instruments; Table of Practice Directions; Table of Cases; Part I; Procedure in the Civil Courts; Civil Procedure Rules 1998; Parts 1-79;
Glossary Schedule 1 Rules of the Supreme Court 1965; Schedule 2 County Court Rules 1981; Protocols; The Chancery Guide; The Queen's Bench Guide; Fees; Index; Volume 2;
Contents Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; Table of Practice Directions; Table of Cases; Part II; General Jurisdiction; Supreme Court Act 1981; County Courts Act 1984; High Court and County Courts Jurisdiction Order 1991; Courts Act 2003; Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007; Appeals to the Supreme Court; Part III; Special Jurisdiction; Anti-Social Behaviour; Arbitration; Companies; Consumer Contracts; Contempt of Court; Crown Proceedings; Data Protection; Devolution; Discrimination; Employment; Environment; Equality; Europe; Family Proceedings; Family Provision; Funding of Legal Services; Funds in Court; Harassment; Human Rights; Insolvency; Landlord & Tenant and Housing; Limitation; Mental Health; Mobile Homes; Partnership; Patents and Other Intellectual Property; Personal Injury and Death; Personal Property; Real Property; Solicitors; Trusts and Administration of Estates; Index; Procedural Tables Supplement; Forms Supplement
Editor-in-Chief: The Right Honourable the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, Master of the Rolls. General Editors: P K J Thompson QC, MA, LLB (Hons), of Lincoln's Inn, one of Her Majesty's Counsel; Louise di Mambro LLB (Hons) (Lond), of the Middle Temple, Barrister, Registrar of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and Registrar of the Privy Council; Senior Contributing Editor: David di Mambro LLB (Hons) (Lond), Ch Arb, FCI Arb, of the Middle Temple, Barrister, Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies and a member of the Civil Procedure Rule Committee. Consulting Editor: The Right Honourable Lord Justice Moore-Bick.