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    The latest edition of Civil Court Service (the Brown Book) has published

    Civil Court Service 2020 provides access to the full text of the Civil Procedure Rules and all relevant materials, combined with authoritative commentary from a team of leading judges and practitioners.

    • New developments for the 2020 edition include:
      • New requirements for pleading claims for vehicle hire
      • The amended rule on obtaining judgment in default
      • The new statement of truth for witness statements
      • New requirements for witness statements made in a foreign language
      • New limits on hearings in private
      • New requirements about communications with the court
      • Changes to the accelerated possession procedure
    • The housing materials cover useful and hard to source material, now including:
      • The Tenant Fees Act 2019
      • The Assured Shorthold Tenancies (Notices and Prescribed Requirements) (England) Regulations 2015
      • Reg 36 of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998

    Which customer segment or persona is this relevant to?

    Judiciary, Bar, Small and Solo

    Why is this important to our customers?

    Customers expect a new edition of The Brown Book every year so that they can be confident they have the most up to date information to hand – and this is what we have provided.

    The latest edition of the Civil Court Practice (the Green Book) has published

    The Green Book 2020 has been fully updated to take into account all relevant case law and statutory developments since the last edition, as well as all the latest updates and amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules. It contains all the sources relating to civil proceedings in the High Court and the County Court, complemented by commentary from eminent experts.

    What's new for the 2020 edition:

    • Fully reviewed and updated, from the Civil Procedure Rules, commentary and case law to Practice Directions, court guides and fees
    • Expanded Europe section in light of current legislation and case law, explaining the significance of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU to the jurisdiction of the English and Welsh courts
    • Revised with everything you need to know for court proceedings based on the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR

    Which practice area is this relevant to?

    Civil Procedure, Litigation

    Why is this important to our customers?

    Customers expect a new edition of The Green Book every year so that they can be confident they have the most up to date information to hand – and this is what we have provided.

    Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Messengers-at-Arms and Sheriff Officers Reissue

    This can be a short paragraph or something quite details which could be turned into a PDF (e.g. table to content) The title has been fully updated by reflect changes to the operation and training and powers of these Officers of Court.

    Why is this important to our customers?

    The title is the only texts to deal with these Officer of Court.

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