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LAWS1014 Notes

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Lecture Notes for LAWS1014. Useful for the course. Has some comments from the lecturer etc.

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Law Civil law common law) Civil procedure Common law Pleading Motion Lawsuit Summary judgment Costs in English law Judgment Service of process Civil procedure in South Africa
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Jurisdiction 2. Preliminary discovery 3. Limitation Periods 4. Preservation Orders 1 Jurisdiction Cross-vesting legislation allows for conferral of jurisdictions to different courts District: $750,000 (but motor accidents and work injuries – unlimited) Local: $100,000 (personal injury $60, 000) E.g. QLD law in NSW 2 Preliminary discovery NOTE. If you know who to sue, just sue Purpose Who to sue Where the person to sue is at Whether it’s worth suing ★UCPR r 5.2 identity/whereabouts of prospective defendant (1)(a) made reasonable inquiry, unable to sufficiently ascertain the identity or whereabouts of a person for the purpose of bringing proceedings (1)(b) someone else may have or have had possession of a document that tends to assist in ascertaining identity or whereabouts of a person ★UCPR r 5.2 – Either or both...
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