The following Dispute Resolution precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Action no HT-................................ [Insert name of judge in title of order]
[Delete or amend the following directions, as appropriate to the circumstances of the case.]
[Trial date ................................] For the purposes of payment of the trial fee, but for no other purposes, this date is provisional. This date will cease to be provisional and the trial fee will become payable on … [usually 2 months before the trial date]
[Estimated length of trial ................................]
Directions, if appropriate, (a) for the trial of any preliminary issues or (b) for the trial to be divided into stages …
This action is to be consolidated/ managed and tried with action no[ …]The lead action shall be[ …]. All directions given in the lead action shall apply to both actions, unless otherwise stated.
Further statements of case shall be filed an
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