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LWB431 Civil Procedure Notes

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• Litigation process in Queensland has its origins in the adversarial system of justice. • Disputing parties have a large amount of control over way the dispute proceeds through court. o Control whether proceedings are commenced, the issues, the evidence, and whether the dispute should settle before trial.

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Law Civil procedure Civil law common law) Joinder Pleading Motion Default judgment Judgment High Court Lawsuit Choice of law Service of process
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Law Civil procedure Civil law common law) Joinder Pleading Motion Default judgment Judgment High Court Lawsuit Choice of law Service of process
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0 Overview of the Litigation Process ................................................................................
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