Civil Procedure Summary Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Queensland
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseCivil Procedure
  • Course CodeLAWS5215
  • ProfessorMr Christopher Douglas
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79%Verified Grade
  • Authorroc123
  • Created2015
  • Pages85
  • Approved31 July 2015

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About these notes

These notes provides a comprehensive summary of key concepts and lecture/additional materials covered in Civil Procedure at UQ in Semester 1 2015.

They are succinctly formatted and cover the most revised version of Civil Procedure taught at UQ. Topics featured include the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (Qld), Jurisdiction, Commencing Proceedings, Pleadings, Joinder and Service, Case Flow Management, Ending Proceedings Early, Disclosure and Gathering Information, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Evidence and Civil Trial Procedure, Costs and Enforcement, and Appeals.

These notes also provide a comprehensive summary of relevant legislation listed throughout the course, including the UCPR rules, the Queensland / Commonwealth Constitution, Civil Proceedings Act 2011 Qld, Civil Liabilities Act 2003 Qld, District Court of Queensland Act 1967 Qld, Jurisdiction of Courts (Cross-Vesting) Act 1987 Qld, PIPA Act 2002 Qld, MAIA Act 1994 Qld and the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 Qld.

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