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Appeals and Appellate Courts in Australia and New Zealand is a practical guide for barristers working in the area of appellate law.
Appeals and Appellate Courts in Australia and New Zealand is a practical guide for barristers working in the area of appellate law. Appeals and Appellate Courts in Australia and New Zealand encompasses all aspects of appellate law from historical analysis, to practical or procedural analysis including the grounds of appeal, the types of damages that can be awarded, and costs. This book includes a comprehensive coverage and analysis of all Australian jurisdictions as well as New Zealand.
Appeals and Appellate Courts in Australia and New Zealand is an essential and companion for practitioners working in the area of appellate law.
- Detailed and scholarly coverage of topics
- Trustworthy reference source
- High level practitioner work
- Authoritative authors
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Table of contents
PART I - Structure and Policy of Appeals
Chapter 1: A Taxonomy of Appeals
Chapter 2: System of Courts and Appeals
Chapter 3: Stare Decisis and Precedent
PART II - Practice and Methodology of Appeals
Chapter 4: Commencing an Appeal
Chapter 5: Leave to Appeal
Chapter 6: Notices of Contention, Appeal Books and Written Submissions
Chapter 7: Procedural Matters in Appellate Courts
PART III - Appeals from Specific Courts
Chapter 8: Appeals from Specific Courts
Chapter 9: Specific Appeals - From Boards, Commissioners and Tribunals