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Civil Procedure in Papua New Guinea National Court of Justice (eBook)

Civil Procedure in Papua New Guinea National Court of Justice (eBook)

Katter, D; Gordon, R; Andersen, E, 2016

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Civil Procedure in Papua New Guinea National Court of Justice is an essential reference work as to the principles applicable to civil procedure in Papua New Guinea in the National Court of Justice. The clear explanations of principle and analysis of relevant case law make this text highly valuable to both legal practitioners and students of civil procedure.

 

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Description

Civil Procedure in Papua New Guinea National Court of Justice is an annotated reference work provides an indispensible guide to the principles applicable to civil procedure in the National Court of Justice of Papua New Guinea.


The work includes the annotated and consolidated National Court Rules 1983, as amended by the:

     •     National Court Appeal Rules 2005
     •     Motions (Amendment) Rules 2005
     •     Listings Rules 2005
     •     Judicial Review (Amendment) Rules 2005
     •     National Court (Commercial List) Rules 2005
     •     Rules of the National Court of Justice (Underlying Law Amendment) 2011
     •     Human Rights Rules 2010

It also includes the National Court Election Petition Rules 2002 (as amended in 2007) and the Rules Relating to the Accreditation, Regulation, and Conduct of Mediators 2010 (ADR Rules). A detailed index is also provided.

The clear explanations of principle and analysis of relevant case law make this text highly valuable to both legal practitioners and students of civil procedure in Papua New Guinea.

 

Features

     •     Clear, authoritative analysis of relevant legislation and case law
     •     Includes annotations to the National Court Rules 1983

 

Related Titles

Griffin & Katter, Criminal Procedure in Papua New Guinea, 2nd ed, 2015

Author

The authors are highly experienced practitioners who are admitted in Papua New Guinea.

Dominic Katter is a barrister at the private bar in Queensland, having been a Wakefield Scholar at the University of Cambridge.

Robert Gordon is a barrister at the private bar in Queensland, having completed a Masters at King’s College, London.

Erik Andersen is a senior litigation partner at Gadens Lawyers, Port Moresby.

Table of Contents

     1.     Introduction
     2.     Annotated National Court Rules 1983 (including Schedule 1 Forms and Schedule 2 Scale of Costs)
     3.     National Court Election Petition Rules 2002
     4.     Rules relating to the Accreditation, Regulation, and Conduct of Mediators
     5.     National Court Act

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