Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Directions


Civil Procedure Rules

PRACTICE DIRECTIONS

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1. The practice directions to the Civil Procedure Rules apply to civil litigation in the Queen’s Bench Division and the Chancery Division of the High Court and to litigation in …

via Practice Directions.

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