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Disclosure: 3rd Supplement by Paul Matthews
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Disclosure: 3rd Supplement

by Paul Matthews

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0421874104, Paperback)

Disclosure is the latest edition of the well-regarded earlier work Discovery. It brings this important book thoroughly up to date with the host of changes under the Civil Procedure Rules, and the body of case law of recent years. The fundamentally new approach under the Rules is clearly explained and includes such changes as the introduction of standard disclosure, the ongoing duty to disclose relevant documents and the imposition of Disclosure Statements. Areas such as privilege, whilst largely unaffected by the Rules, benefit from the comprehensive incorporation of new case law into the text. * A single reliable reference source for litigation practitioners, combining developments from CPR with up-to-date case law * Remains a key text internationally, with material pertinent to the Channel Islands and Ireland and greatly expanded coverage of Commonwealth jurisdictions

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