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Persons Under Legal Incapacity, Originating Process And Potential Defendants

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Civil procedure Law Service of process Motion in United States law Lawsuit Summons Evidence Costs in English law Civil procedure in South Africa
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NSW case management has been given statutory basis by the Civil Procedure Act 2005 (NSW). Section 56 of the CPA expresses that the court is empowered to manage proceedings with the aim of facilitating `the just, quick and cheap resolution of the real issues in proceedings" and this if the "overriding purpose" In NSW the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005 (NSW) also has the NSW procedural law This act governs the conduct of proceedings in the Supreme, District and Local Courts Getting Proceedings Underway: (a) The Overriding Purpose of the CPA and UCPR: - As stated before the overriding principle is expressed in section 56 of the CPA where the aim is for a just, quick and cheap resolution of the real issues in proceedings. (b) Originating Process: - The UCPR requires the proceeding...
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