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Full Exam Summary for Griffith University - Civil Procedure

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Covers Pre-Litigation (professional conduct & duties; establishing a cause of action; limitations of actions; application of Personal Injury Procedure), Jurisdiction (inherent; territorial and subject matter; state v federal jurisdiction; the cross-vesting scheme; associated jurisdiction) , Starting Proceedings (originating proceedings; stale claims & renewals; pleadings; damages; service of documents; joinder of actions), Defending Proceedings (Notice of intention to defend; defence and particular; pleadings - admit, deny, not admit; defendants added by counterclaims; third party proceedings & notices), Counterclaims (answer to counter claim; reply to counter claim; end of pleadings; addition of parties); Disclosure/Information gathering (disclosure obligations and procedures; privilege; interrogatories; notices to admit; non-party disclosure; subpoenas), Interlocutory applications (property preservation order; search oredr; freeze order; default judgement; want of prosecution; summary judgement), Pre-trial; ADR, Court-Ordered ADR, Offers to settle, Calderbank Offers, Preparing for trial, judgement), After trial (costs orders, standard/indemnity costs, Appeals, enforcement of judgments), Federal Court Procedures (differences to the UCPR).

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Law Jurisdiction Civil procedure Government Australian constitutional law United States civil procedure High Court Subject-matter jurisdiction Re Wakim; Ex parte McNally Supreme court Writ Federal jurisdiction Court Act
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Topics this document covers:
Law Jurisdiction Civil procedure Government Australian constitutional law United States civil procedure High Court Subject-matter jurisdiction Re Wakim; Ex parte McNally Supreme court Writ Federal jurisdiction Court Act
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District Court of Queensland Act 1967 (Qld), Part 5. Magistrates Court Act 1921 (Qld), s 4. Cause of Action White Industries (Qld) Pty Ltd v Flower & Hart (a firm) (1998) State v Federal Commonwealth Constitution Chapter III. Limitations of Actions Limitation of Actions Act 1974 (Qld). Brisbane South Regional Health Authority v Taylor (1996) Cross-Vesting Scheme Jurisdiction of Courts (Cross Vesting Act) 1987 (Qld). Re Watkim; Ex parte McNally Dow Jones & Company Inc v Gutnick Bankinvest AG v Seabrook PIPA Personal Injury Proceedings Act 2002 (Qld). Associated Jurisdiction 3. STARTING PROCEEDINGS 4. DEFENDING PROCEEDINGS Originating Proceedings Claim or application Notice of i...
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