Civil Procedure in the Superior Courts
3rd edition

ISBN-13:
9781858006802

Winner of the Law Book of the year category at the Irish Law Awards 2012" The third edition of Civil Procedure in the Superior Courts provides you with a comprehensive and definitive analysis of the main areas of civil practice and procedure in the Superior Courts. Practitioners will find this new edition an absolute must-have as it provides an in-depth analysis of the key aspects of practice and procedure and includes coverage of the amended Order 84 dealing with applications for judicial review and the amended rules relating to discovery. Right up-to-date - Includes coverage of S.I. No. 691 of 2011 This new edition include coverage of the Rules of Superior Courts (Judicial Review) 2011 (S.I. No. 691 of 2011) which came into force on January 1st, 2012 and effected amendments to Order 84 of the Rules the RSC. 3 good reasons to place your order today * You will be guided through the commencement and service of proceedings, pleadings, summary and special summons procedures, the trial of plenary actions, the procedure in personal injury actions and in the Commercial List and the bringing of appeals to the Supreme Court. * You will be brought up-to-date on procedures in relation to various types of interlocutory applications such as discovery, interrogatories, security for costs, dismissal of proceedings and the addition of third parties. * You will also gain from an in-depth analysis of judicial review applications, including coverage of the amended Order 84 and the procedure governing proceedings by way of case stated, and the recognition and enforcement of judgments under the Brussels Convention. About the authors Hilary Biehler (Delany) is a Professor of Law and is currently Head of the Law School at Trinity College, Dublin. Declan McGrath is a practising barrister and the author of Evidence (Round Hall, 2004). Emily Egan McGrath is a practising barrister.


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