Jones & Buckle The Civil Practice of the Magistrates’ Courts in South Africa (Volume II: The Rules)


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    Edition: 10th Edition
  • Format: Loose-leaf
  • ISBN: 9780702186073
  • Extent: Approximately 1000 Pages
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  • Category: Civil Procedure

 



Jones & Buckle has remained the definitive work of reference on civil procedure in the magistrates' courts for over a century.

This new edition of Jones and Buckle The Civil Practice of the Magistrates' Courts in South Africa Volume II comprehensively revises this work, incorporating the new Magistrates' Courts Rules promulgated in October 2010 and consequential changes to the commentary.

The 10th edition will continue to be regularly updated to reflect legislative changes and new case law.

Reviews of the previous editions:

‘To practise law in the magistrates’ courts without Jones & Buckle is like an attempt to study theology without the Bible.‘
SA Law Journal, reviewing the 8th edition, 1991

‘South Africa’s leading text on procedure in the lower courts, far ahead of all its competitors and, indeed, the only work in its field that is absolutely indispensable to the civil-litigation practitioner.‘
De Rebus, reviewing the 9th edition, 1997

Also available as part of a two-volume set together with Jones & Buckle Volume 1: The Act (10th edition).

Volume II: The Rules

  • Prefaces to earlier editions of the work, dating back to 1905
  • Full text of the Magistrates' Courts Rules, with commentary
  • Substantive separate discussions dealing with interest; parties; particular defences; costs in general; and sheriff’s liability for negligence in execution
  • Comprehensive index and tables of cases, statutes, rules and practice directives referred to in the work
  • Schedule of statutory limitations on civil proceedings, indicating expiry periods in respect of actions ex delicto against state organs, as provided for in various statutes
  • Civil practice directives  for the regional courts in South Africa
  • Further appendices with commentary on subjects including the tariff of allowances payable to witnesses; the authentication of documents; the use of the word ‘may’ in statutes; administration of an oath or affirmation; civil practice directions for regional courts.

Magistrates, prosecutors and lawyers practising in the civil magistrates’ courts; libraries and other research institutions.

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Jones & Buckle has remained the definitive work of reference on civil procedure in the magistrates' courts for over a century.

This new edition of Jones and Buckle The Civil Practice of the Magistrates' Courts in South Africa Volume II comprehensively revises this work, incorporating the new Magistrates' Courts Rules promulgated in October 2010 and consequential changes to the commentary.

The 10th edition will continue to be regularly updated to reflect legislative changes and new case law.

Reviews of the previous editions:

‘To practise law in the magistrates’ courts without Jones & Buckle is like an attempt to study theology without the Bible.‘
SA Law Journal, reviewing the 8th edition, 1991

‘South Africa’s leading text on procedure in the lower courts, far ahead of all its competitors and, indeed, the only work in its field that is absolutely indispensable to the civil-litigation practitioner.‘
De Rebus, reviewing the 9th edition, 1997

Also available as part of a two-volume set together with Jones & Buckle Volume 1: The Act (10th edition).

Volume II: The Rules

  • Prefaces to earlier editions of the work, dating back to 1905
  • Full text of the Magistrates' Courts Rules, with commentary
  • Substantive separate discussions dealing with interest; parties; particular defences; costs in general; and sheriff’s liability for negligence in execution
  • Comprehensive index and tables of cases, statutes, rules and practice directives referred to in the work
  • Schedule of statutory limitations on civil proceedings, indicating expiry periods in respect of actions ex delicto against state organs, as provided for in various statutes
  • Civil practice directives  for the regional courts in South Africa
  • Further appendices with commentary on subjects including the tariff of allowances payable to witnesses; the authentication of documents; the use of the word ‘may’ in statutes; administration of an oath or affirmation; civil practice directions for regional courts.

Magistrates, prosecutors and lawyers practising in the civil magistrates’ courts; libraries and other research institutions.

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.


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