Civil Procedure Tasmania

Civil Procedure Tasmania is the first and only guide to court procedure in the state. At last, you have a reference work that draws on specialised local knowledge and expertise. This publication brings together all the essential information in easy-to-use looseleaf or online formats. Covering Supreme and Magistrates' courts this new work includes everything you need to bring together for a civil action in Tasmania. The Act and Rules feature focused commentary, plus related legislation; extensive references from recent and established case law; practice directions and materials as well as forms. LexisNexis Civil Procedure Tasmania has been meticulously prepared by Arnold Shott, Chief Magistrate at the Tasmanian Magistrates' Court; Damien Cremean, Associate Professor of Law at Deakin University; Andrew Walker, partner at Dobson, Mitchell & Allport. A valuable resource for practitioners large and small, a subscription to either the printed or online version of Civil Procedure Tasmania makes compelling business sense. Both are unique, premium quality works; and an investment offering excellent value to practices of all sizes. You may well never need to refer to another state's civil procedure work again.

General Information
AuthorShott, A; Cremean, D; Walker, A
Subject AreaLitigation, Practice and Procedure
Updates1 looseleaf volume; charged per update; 4 updates per year
Charging MethodPer Issue
Publication Year 2006
Updatesupdated regularly; charged annually
Charging MethodAnnual
Publication Year 2005
LexisNexis Red
Chargin MethodAnnual
FormatiPad and Windows PC
  • Supreme Court Act
  • Supreme Court Civil Procedure Act
  • Supreme Court Rules
  • Rules of the Supreme Court (Corporations Law)
  • Supreme Court Forms
  • Supreme Court Costs and Fees
  • Supreme Court Practice Directions
  • Magistrates Court Act
  • Magistrates Court (Civil Division) Act
  • Magistrates Court (Civil Division) Rules
  • Magistrates Court Forms
  • Magistrates Court Costs and Fees
  • Magistrates Court Practice Directions
  • TAS Courts Related Legislation

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