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Zuckerman on Australian Civil Procedure (eBook)

Zuckerman on Australian Civil Procedure (eBook)

Zuckerman, A; Wilkins, S; Adamopoulos, J; Higgins, A; Hooper , S; Vial, A, 2018

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Zuckerman on Australian Civil Procedure is an authoritative, principles-based analysis of Australian civil procedure

 

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Zuckerman on Australian Civil Procedure is an important new text that provides a rigorous, principles-based analysis of civil procedure in Australia. Civil procedure lies at the heart of the judicial process. Relevant principles are explored against a backdrop of State, Territory and Federal rules of procedure, and solutions are offered to difficult issues encountered in practice and to unsettled questions of law.


Rules of civil procedure in Australia have undergone drastic change in recent years, following major reforms over the past 20 years in England and Wales. The idea that the rules of procedure should facilitate the ‘just, quick and cheap’ resolution of the real issues in dispute in proceedings, and that the costs of the process should, insofar as possible, be proportionate to the potential benefits obtained by engaging in it has found favour and been given practical expression in all Australian jurisdictions. This is particularly so in light of the High Court’s rulings in Aon Risk Services Australia v Australian National University and Expense Reduction Analysts Group v Armstrong Strategic Management & Marketing. The motivations underpinning such policy shifts and their consequences in practice are thoroughly explained and analysed, and attention is drawn to matters still ripe for reform.


While the work is concerned with Australian civil procedure, attention is drawn to the English experience. The book benefits from the lead author’s expertise in English civil procedure and his influential role in reform efforts in England, as well as from the diverse experience and expertise of the Australian authors in Federal and State jurisdictions in Australia. The book is an essential text for both legal practitioners and academics and is highly valuable for law students seeking a deeper understanding of the principles informing the rules of procedure.

 

Features

• Authoritative discussion of principles, policy and reform opportunities
• Comprehensive, in-depth coverage of all major topics provides detailed guidance on an evolving practice area
• Rigorous principles-based analysis
• Offers solutions to complex problems of civil procedure by providing a framework for legal argument in uncertain areas
• Covers all Australian state, territory and federal procedural rules

 

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Cujes, Litigation in the Federal Court, 2015
Hemming & Penovic, Civil Procedure in Australia, 2014
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Kumar & Peden, Quick Reference Card: Civil Procedure, 2nd ed, 2017
Legg, Resolving Civil Disputes, 2016
Legg & McInnes, Australian Annotated Class Actions Legislation, 2nd ed, 2017
Simmons, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Civil Procedure, 2016
Zillmann & Hemming, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Civil Procedure, 2016

Author

Adrian Zuckerman is Emeritus Professor of Civil Procedure at the University of Oxford and author of leading influential works on the subject.


Stefanie Wilkins is admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor in South Australia and has also been called to the bar of England and Wales.


Jonathan Adamopoulos is admitted as a Lawyer in New South Wales and is also a sessional lecturer in law at Western Sydney University.


Andrew Higgins is an Associate Professor of Civil Procedure at the University of Oxford, a Senior Fellow at Melbourne Law School, and is admitted as a Barrister in Victoria.


Stephanie Hooper is admitted as a Barrister in Victoria.


Alexander Vial is admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor in South Australia.

Table of Contents

1 The Overriding Objective of Australian Civil Procedure
2 The Australian Court System and its Effect on Civil Justice
3 The Right to a Fair Trial
4 Commencement of Proceedings
5 Service
6 Defendant’s Acknowledgement of Service and Challenges to Jurisdiction
7 Pleadings: Defining the Controversy
8 The Application Procedure
9 Disposal without Trial
10 Interim Remedies: Injunctions, Freezing Orders, Security for Costs and Interim Payments
11 Court Management and Party Compliance
12 Specialist Lists and Procedural Tracks
13 Joinder and Collective Redress
14 Discontinuance, Withdrawal and Stay of Proceedings
15 Discovery, Interrogation and Inspection
16 Legal Professional Privilege
17 Without Prejudice Privilege
18 The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination
19 Public Interest Immunity
20 Witness Statements and Affidavits
21 Expert Evidence
22 Trial and Evidence
23 Judgment and Orders
24 Enforcement and Contempt
25 Appeals
26 Finality of Litigation
27 Obtaining Protection from Costs by an Offer to Settle
28 Co

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