On Civil Procedure
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BeschreibungJolowicz's comparative study examines fundamental conceptions of the law and its societal purposes.
InhaltsverzeichnisPart I. The Litigation Process: 1. Civil litigation; 2. Some twentieth-century developments in Anglo-American civil procedure; 3. On the nature and purposes of civil procedural law; 4. The dilemmas of civil litigation; Part II. Protection of Diffuse, Fragmented and Collective Interests: 5. Introduction; 6. Aspects of US and French law; 7. English law; Part III. Procedural Modes: 8. Civil and administrative procedure; 9. Adversarial and inquisitorial approaches to civil litigation; Part IV. The Parties and the Judge: 10. Da mihi factum dabo tibi jus: a problem of demarcation in English and French law; 11. Fact-finding; 12. The expert, the witness and the judge in civil litigation: French and English law; 13. The use by the judge of his own knowledge (of fact or law or both) in the formation of his decision; Part V. Recourse against Judgements: 14. Civil appeals in England and Wales; 15. Appeal, cassation, amparo and all that: what and why?; 16. Managing overload in appellate courts: 'Western' countries; Part VI. Procedural Reform: 17. 'General ideas' and the reform of civil procedure; 18. Reform of English civil procedure: a derogation from the adversary system?; 19. The Woolf reforms.
Untertitel: 'Cambridge Studies in Internati'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2000
Seitenanzahl: 444 Seiten