- Practice notes
- Standard documents and drafting notes
- Case studies
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- Precedent statements of case
- Resources for those new to dispute resolution (Part 1)
- Resources for those new to dispute resolution (Part 2)
- Civil procedure rules
- Court fees
- Court forms
- Court guides
- CPR tracker
- Civil Procedure Rule Committee meetings
- Case report list
- Other resources and external links
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- The new provision in paragraph 19 of PD52C – what purpose will it serve?
- Does the power of sale in sections 12 and 13 of the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 require the court's authority?
- When does time start to run if a County Court order grants a stay of 28 days?
- Under the new Practice direction on Pre-action Conduct and Protocols, do the requirements to provide information to an individual still apply in debt claims?
- Can parties validly agree an extension of time for service of the claim form?
- Ministry of Justice
- Civil Procedure Rules online
- The Supreme Court
- The Law Commission
- High Court and Court of Appeal Term Dates
- Bank of England: Statistical Interactive Database: official Bank Rate History
- SRA Handbook
- SRA professional ethics helpline
- The Law Society: Practice Advice Service
- Bar Standards Board: Code of Conduct
Jurisdiction and cross-border
- Association of Costs Lawyers
- 39 Essex Street cost cases online
- Senior Courts Costs Office Guide (formerly the Supreme Court Costs Office Guide)
Daily court lists
Daily court lists
Key trackers and guides for dispute resolution lawyers
- New and revised materials in light of revised Part 36 (6 April 2015 changes)
- Enforcement of English judgments in other jurisdictions
- Enforcement of foreign judgments in England
- Jurisdiction: 2001 Brussels Regulation
- Jurisdiction: common law rules
- Jurisdiction: Recast Brussels Regulation
- Jurisdiction: an overview
- Payment into escrow account not a loss triggering indemnity under professional liability policy (Commercial Court)
- Master of the Rolls suggests reforms to promote delivery of timely justice
- European e-Justice Portal: projects in the pipeline
- Give notice before charging property to secure legal costs (Family Court)
- Ex turpi causa does not apply where loss not solely caused by criminal conduct (Court of Appeal)
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