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Notes on District Registry Practice and Procedure (Practitioner Series)

by Thomas S. Humphreys

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0752000896, Paperback)

Gives a clear overview of the work of the District Registries of the High Court; Provides practical guidance to the practice and procedure relating to proceedings in the Queen's Bench Division and the Chancery Division. First published in 1921, this book remains the standard reference on the practice and procedure in the legal Court's district registries. This edition is fully cross-referenced to the new White Book and provides comprehensive analysis of key developments in procedure, including: the new rules regarding the mandatory exchange of witness statements; the law relating to wasted costs orders; the acceptability of the use of the fax; statements of value in personal injury cases; the new 0.14A providing for the disposal of cases summarily on points of law; an up-to-date statement of the procedure on setting down, including statements of value; the facility to issue contentious probate proceedings out of Chancery District Registries; the Practice Direction regarding the disclosure of objections prior to taxation hearings.

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