Civil Procedure (Amendment No 7) Rules 2013: where are we now?
By Elizabeth Peene
For many, the Big Bang was not quite the explosion everyone was expecting. What is clear, however, is that those who fail to comply with the Civil Procedure (Amendment No 7) Rules 2013 and court orders do so at their own peril.
The Civil Procedure (Amendment No 7) Rules 2013 come into force on 1 October 2013, and many of the amendments in the 66th update to the rules will also become effective as from that date…
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