Law of Limitation (eBook)

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Law of Limitation is a new title as part of the LexisNexis Black & Silver series. Addressing what is a critical field for all lawyers, this text provides a comprehensive introduction to the structure and application of limitation legislation, and offers detailed commentary on particular areas of law in which limitation periods are relevant.

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409339451

Product description

Written by authorative author Gino Dal Pont, Law of Limitation is a comprehensive title focussing on the structure and application of limitations legislation. Australian limitation laws differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and recent attempts to implement uniform legislation across all jurisdictions have not been achieved. Additionally, different limitation periods apply across a range of areas of legal practice, and so having a definitive resource on limitations is of critical importance for legal practitioners.

This title is an excellent reference for the core legal market, including lawyers (especially in litigation), barristers, government and the judiciary. It is well researched and and punctuated by reference to developments in this area, including law reform outside of Australia.

Law of Limitation is part of the LexisNexis Black and Silver series.

Features

  • Well written by a highly regarded author
  • Clearly structured
  • Comprehensive and multi-jurisdictional
  • High level practitioner work

Related Titles

Dal Pont, Law of Confidentiality, 2014
Dal Pont, Law of Agency, 3rd edition, 2013
Dal Pont, Law of Costs, 3rd edition, 2013
Dal Pont, Powers of Attorney, 2nd edition, 2014

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Table of contents


PART I – TIME CONTEXTUALISED

  1. Source and Justification for Time Bars

  2. Nature of Time Bars

  3. Application of Time Bars


PART II – TIME PRESCRIBED

  1. Running and Computation of Time

  2. Contractual Causes of Action

  3. Tortious Causes of Action

  4. Personal Injury Causes of Action

  5. Causes of Action in Relation to Land

  6. Causes of Action in Relation to Mortgages

  7. Causes of Action in Relation to Trusts

  8. Causes of Action for Money under Statute

  9. Other Causes of Action

  10. Causes of Action in Equity


PART III – TIME SUSPENDED

  1. Disability

  2. Fraud and Concealment

  3. Mistake

  4. Acknowledgement and Part Payment


PART IV – TIME EXTENDED

  1. Introduction to the Extension of Time

  2. General Discretion to Extend Time – Northern Territory and South Australia

  3. Extension of Time for Personal Injury Actions

  4. Extension of Time for Defamation and Admiralty Actions


PART V – TIME REFORMED

  1. Setting Time Bars and Running of Time

  2. Ultimate Time Bars and Extending Time

  3. Challenging Time Bars