(i) Civil law

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Substantive law (English examples)

Procedural (English examples)

  • Appellate procedure
  • Application and interim proceedings
    • Application
    • Absence of party
    • Dismissal
    • Notice
    • Set aside
    • Service
    • Telephone hearing
    • Time
  • Commencement
    • Court
    • Extension of time
    • Fixed date
    • Methods
    • Particulars of claim
    • Service
    • Time
  • Conduct before commencement of proceedings
    • Pre-action protocols
    • Disclosure
    • Inspection/preservation of evidence/property
    • Offers of settlement
  • Costs
    • Conditional fee
    • Counsel
    • Legal aid
    • Solicitors
  • Decrees
  • Disclosure
    • Disclosure
    • Inspections
    • Objections
  • Disposal of proceedings without trial:
    • Compromise
    • Default
    • Settlement
    • Stay
    • Striking out
    • Summary judgment
  • Evidence
    • Attendance
    • Consent
    • Credibility
    • Cross-examination
    • Depositions
    • Expert
    • False statements
    • Fresh
    • Inspection of statements
    • Notice to admit
    • Documents
    • Facts
    • Hearsay
    • Plans, photographs, and models
    • Produce documents
    • Service
    • Statements
    • Witness summaries
    • Witness
    • Foreign proceedings
    • Hearings other than trial
  • Judgments and orders
    • Consent
    • Correction
    • Declaratory
    • Interest
    • Media
    • Service
    • Setting aside
  • Jurisdiction
  • Limitation
    • Date of commission
    • Date damage occurs
    • Date of discovery of damage
    • Proof of special damages
    • Repetition
  • Motions
  • Parties
    • Joinder
    • Change
    • Particular
    • Representative
    • Death
    • Derivative claims
    • Group litigation
    • Relator actions
    • Change of solicitor
    • Vexatious litigants
  • Petitions
  • Pleading
  • Progress of proceedings
    • Amendments
    • Counterclaims
    • Discontinuance
    • Offers to settle
    • Payments into court
    • Security
    • Statements of case
    • Statements of truth
  • Responding to claim
    • Acknowledgment
    • Admissions
    • Defense
    • Disputing jurisdiction
  • Service of documents
    • Address
    • Alternative
    • Certificate
    • Children
    • Deemed
    • Dispense with
    • Foreign proceedings with the jurisdiction
    • Methods
    • Notice
    • Out of jurisdiction
    • Patients
    • Personal
    • Special provisions
    • Who
  • Sources of procedural law
    • Statute law
    • Rules of court
    • Practice directions
    • Judicial precedent
    • Prescribed and practice forms
    • The inherent jurisdiction of the court
    • The practice of the court
    • Practice and procedure books
  • Trial procedure
  • Writs

Table 23: Civil areas of law (examples)

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