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Civil Procedure in Common Law pocket Volume 29 (La procédure civile - Common law en poche, volume 29)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Editions Yvon Blais
ISBN: L89635-443
Service #: 41706103
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Civil Procedure in Common Law pocket Volume 29 (La procédure civile - Common law en poche, volume 29)



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The venerable English civil procedure has undergone over the past decade, a fountain of youth that it is still difficult to predict the impact on the life of law and especially the way in which the legal profession engaged in daily practice accommodate it. If you know the talent without limits both lawyers and judges to shape the letter of the law to their liking, is hard to believe that it is in not go similarly for the rules of civil procedure and the countless forms that accompany them. It is hard to believe that changes in vocabulary--such as transforming the request action or writ of mandamus in mandatory order - can significantly alter the substance of things. No doubt the many pitfalls of a legal vocabulary specialists complained for decades for its vagueness, imposed this cosmetic company. But just remember how directive of 1966 about the turnovers of jurisprudence was hosted during the same period to measure the resilience of tradition in the English judiciary. The company is also based in a particularly acute way the issue of codification. Without wearing the name the Civil Procedure Rules are undoubtedly a code. Very different in its design as in his presentation of the civil Code of the French from 1804. But a code anyway. Or a new kind of code some might say? Perhaps. But what does it matter. Says Nicolas Lambert, civil procedure is now in English law schools. And this would only justify that everyone in the vast world of law is interested. Civil procedure is sufficiently large that it abandons only practitioners.