ISBN-13: 9780199661367 ISBN-10: 0199661367 Publication Date: 27 Sep 2012 Imprint: Oxford University Press Availability: OUT OF PRINT REPLACED BY: 9780199680658 Free Stock: Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date if and when we have more information. NB: Your credit card will NOT be charged until we ship the item.
Ratings / Reviews Publisher: Oxford University Press Publication Country: United Kingdom Binding: Hardback Pages: 3120 Dimensions: W: 191 mm / H: 257 mm
"The Publisher apologises that in the preliminary material of this title, there are some duplicate pages in the table of Rules, Practice Directions, Protocols, Other Secondary Legislation and Court guides. The additional pages are from the second clxi to clxxvi. We are very sorry for this error but trust that as the full table is present, it should not detract from your experience of using this invaluabnle resource on civil procedure." Oxford University Press 24/10/2012
Providing detailed commentary of unrivalled quality on the process of civil litigation, this is the only major civil work to adopt a narrative approach based on the chronology of a claim. Written by a team of expert practitioners and academics, it provides authoritative analysis on the process of civil litigation from commencement of a claim to enforcement of judgments, addressing civil procedure in the county courts, the High Court, the Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court. The book also considers more specialist matters such as insolvency proceedings, sale of goods, and human rights, providing expert analysis on a comprehensive level. Commentary is combined with the text of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), Practice Directions (PD), and Pre-Action Protocols and Procedural Checklists, all fully cross-referenced to the text to ensure ease of use for the busy practitioner. As well as a detailed and user-friendly index the quick-reference guide inside the front cover provides an alternative point of access for those more familiar with the CPR. Also available, Blackstone's Civil Practice: The Commentary 2013 is a concise new book providing the unique commentary independently from the CPR, PD and other appendix materials. Electronic versions of the Procedural Checklists in Blackstone's Civil Practice 2013 are available from IRIS Laserform.
PROCEDURAL CHECKLISTS ; A. General Matters ; B. Funding Litigation ; C. Before Commencing a Claim ; D. Commencement ; E. Responding to a Claim ; F. Solicitors ; G. Statements of Case ; H. Interim Applications ; I. Case Management ; J. Evidence ; K. Discontinuance and Stays ; L. Trial ; M. Costs ; N. Alternative Dispute Resolution ; O. Appeals, Judicial Review, and CJEU References ; P. Enforcement ; Q. Insolvency Proceedings and Companies Matters ; R. Mortgage Possession Claims ; S. Anti-Social Behaviour and Harassment ; T. Sale of Goods and Unfair Contracts ; U. Human Rights and Civil Procedure ;
V. Terminology ; APPENDICES ;
1. Civil Procedure Rules and Practice Directions ;
"If you were to buy only one book to help you with all aspects of civil jurisdiction then this is surely it." District Judge Lumb, Midlands Circuit
The Right Honourable Lord Justice Maurice Kay (Editor-in-Chief) is a Lord Justice of Appeal and Vice President of the Court of Appeal (Civil Division). He was a professor of law before being called to the bar in 1975 where he practiced until becoming a High Court Judge in 1995. Professor Stuart Sime (Editor) is the course director of the full-time bar professional training course at the City Law School, where he teaches civil litigation, commercial, and company law. He was a practising barrister until 2005. Derek French (Editor) is a legal writer and editor across a wide range of titles.
Michael Walker (Editorial Advisory Board) is a District Judge, Wandsworth County Courts, presently on secondment to the Royal Courts of Justice. Ivor Weintroub (Editorial Advisory Board) is a District Judge, Bournemouth County Court, and a Recorder of the Crown and County Courts. Stuart Bridge (Editorial Advisory Board) is a Circuit Judge on the South Eastern Circuit and a Life Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge.