This work has provided the articled clerk, the pupil advocate and
the senior student with an explanation as to how the principles of
civil procedure are applied in practice. It sets out the steps
followed in various magistrates' courts proceedings and illustrates
these by means of examples of pleadings and notices, including
prescribed forms. It contains comprehensive indexes with cross
references to case law; to the relevant sections of the
Magistrates' Courts Act 32 of 1944; to the relevant rules; to the
prescribed forms, and to other examples. It refers to other
standard texts on civil procedure. This new edition brings the
references to the case law up to date. The most significant new
development relates to the procedure for execution against
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Needs some revision
Fri, 26 Feb 2016 | Review by: André J
Much of the law has changed since this book has last been reviewed. The book reads easily and provides a good overview of the processes of the Magistrates' court but in many aspects, it is quite dated. With revision, this could be an excellent book, in the meantime try Civil Practice in the Magistrate's Courts: The Practitioner's Manual ( LexisNexis)
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