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Civil Practice Case Reader Breakdown

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Looks at each of the cases in the Autumn 2017 case reader and provides full mock case notes.

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Civil Practice Case Reader Breakdown
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Law Civil procedure Civil law common law) Vexatious litigation Pleading Lawsuit Motion Plaintiff Judgment Summary judgment Civil procedure in South Africa Judicature Acts
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Law Civil procedure Civil law common law) Vexatious litigation Pleading Lawsuit Motion Plaintiff Judgment Summary judgment Civil procedure in South Africa Judicature Acts
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....................................................2 Attorney General v Wentworth (1998) 14 NSWLR 481.........................................................................3 AON Risk Service v ANU (2009) 239 CLR 175..........................................................................................4 Bulldogs Rugby League Club Ltd v Williams [2008] NSWSC 822..........................................................5 Dow Jones & Co v Gutnick [2002] HCA 56...............................................................................................6 Firth v Latham & Ors [2007] NSWCA 40..................................................................................................7 General Steel Industries Inc v Commissioner for Railways (NSW) (1964) 112 CLR 125.....................8 Gunns Ltd v Marr [2005] VSC 251.....................................................
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