Civil Procedure Western Australia: Magistrates Court

Practice Area: Civil Procedure, Litigation

Jurisdiction: Western Australia

Description: Civil Procedure Western Australia: Magistrates Court provides practitioners with the essential material required to bring or defend an action in the civil jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court of Western Australia and the Western Australian State Administrative Tribunal. In addition to the annotated principal legislation of the Magistrates Court Act 2004 and Magistrates Court Rules 2005, it contains specially dedicated sections including all relevant Forms, Costs and Fees, Related Legislation, and a Practice and Procedural Guide for the Magistrates Court. Civil Procedure Western Australia: Magistrates Court has also expanded to become an essential practice manual for the State Administrative Tribunal of Western Australia, including the annotated State Administrative Tribunal Act and Rules 2004. The SAT coverage is complete with the relevant costs extracts of the State Administrative Tribunal Regulations, as well as the SAT Determinations and Practice Notes. For Western Australian lawyers practising in the Magistrates Court or SAT, this publication is an invaluable research companion.

General Information
Publication category Analytical subscription service – charged annually
Formats available Online, digital via Lexis Red, hardcopy looseleaf
Key content Legislation, Annotated Legislation, Commentary
Advisory Editor Paul Nichols
Authors Richard Graham, Paul Nichols
ChaptersMagistrates Court Act 2004
Magistrates Court (Civil Proceedings) Act 2004
Magistrates Court Regulations 2005
Magistrates Court (General) Rules 2005
Magistrates Court (Civil Proceedings) Rules 2005
Magistrates Court (Minor Cases Procedure) Rules 2005
Appeals
State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004
State Administrative Tribunal Rules 2004
Forms
Costs and Fees
Practice and Procedural Guide Magistrates Court
Precedents
Related Legislation
Additional Information
Related resources Civil Procedure Western Australia; Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia
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