practice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales at common law including the Common law procedure act, 1899, and other acts relating to the subject, together with the general rules of court, edited with notes and index by Thomas Rolin

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Bound with 1913 supplement (xii, 123, [18] p.)

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Statementby T. Rolin and G. M. Long Innes.
ContributionsInnes, George Massey Long, 1866- joint author., New South Wales. Supreme Court.
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LC ClassificationsLAW
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Paginationlix, 512, [75] p. :
Number of Pages512
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Open LibraryOL5235414M
LC Control Number75306016

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Practice Notes. The Court's Practice Notes provide practitioners and litigants with detailed guidance on how the Court manages its cases. The Practice Notes complement legislative and regulatory provisions to specifically set out the steps practitoners and litigants are expected to.

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Practice and procedure. This is the Supreme Court's collection of practice resources. It contains links to legislation, Rules, court policies and case law, as well as a database of Practice Notes. The information found in this section is designed for legal practitioners, researchers and people who are representing themselves.

An option for matters that are heard by the Court and/or referred to Referees is the stopwatch method of trial or reference hearing. In advance of the trial or reference, the Court will make orders in respect of the estimated length of the trial or reference and the amount of time each party is permitted to utilise.

Lawlink > Supreme Court > Practice and Procedure > Practice Notes > Supreme Court Common Law Division – General Case Management List: Practice Note No. SC CL 5 Supreme Court Common Law Division – General Case Management List. Date: 12/05/ PRACTICE NOTE SC CL 5 Chief Justice of New South Wales.

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The Common Law Division is the largest Division in the Supreme Court and comprises the Chief Judge at Common Law and twenty other Judges.

In addition to the Judges, there are two Masters who are specifically assigned to assist in the disposal of litigation within the Division as permitted by the Supreme Court Act and the Rules of Court. The Chief Justice, the Honourable T F Bathurst AC, has re-issued Practice Note SC CL 1 – General.

The Practice Note commences operation on 8 Mayand it replaces the previous Practice Note issued 17 August This Practice Note applies to all civil proceedings in the Common Law Division of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. This Practice Note was issued on 9 July and commenced on 1 August Application 2.

This Practice Note applies to new and existing proceedings in the court, except as otherwise stated. Definitions 3. In this Practice Note: SCR means the Supreme Court Rules UCPR means the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules Chief Justice of New South Wales 26 July Related information See also: Supreme Court Practice Note SC Eq 8 – Urgent Matters in the Equity Division Civil Procedure Act Amendment history.

1 August This Practice Note replaces the previous version of SC Eq 1. The Practice Court (Common Law) of the Supreme Court of Victoria hears urgent and certain other applications in proceedings brought in the Common Law Division.

Detailed information about procedure in the Practice Court (Common Law) can be found in Practice. Chief Justice of New South Wales 13 December Related information Practice Note SC Gen1 Supreme Court – Application of Practice Notes.

Amendment history: 13 December This Practice Note replaces the previous version of SC CA 1 issued on 27 March Get this from a library.

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