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Pre-litigation Drafting: Opinions & Letters of Demand


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702185595
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: 115 Pages
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  • Category: Legal Practice

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Pre-litigation Drafting is the only up-to-date book on drafting letters of demand and legal opinions for the South African lawyer. The book advises on effective legal writing and clearly explains the essential fundamentals of pre-action drafting. The drafting is explained with a view to clearly setting out the claim and possibly even avoiding litigation. Should the matter be litigated, correct drafting will stand up to scrutiny in court.

  • Preparing to write a letter of demand
  • Guidelines for the effective use of language in written legal texts
  • Punctuation with a purpose
  • Analysis of legislative provisions: A letter of demand in plain language
  • Advice on quantum of damages: A claim against a state institution
  • Writing an opinion: A third party claim for serious physical injury

  • Lawyers & candidate attorneys
  • Advocates
  • Lecturers in legal drafting
  • Law students
  • Law libraries

Key Benefits

  • Written in plain language
  • Explains the imperatives for plain language in the National Credit Act and the Consumer Protection Act
  • Practical examples are used to illustrate the principles
  • Includes step-by-step guides to drafting letters of demand and legal opinions
  • Useful self-testing questions with answers for utilisation by lecturers in conducting tutorials or problem-based lectures and students in preparing for examinations

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Pre-litigation Drafting is the only up-to-date book on drafting letters of demand and legal opinions for the South African lawyer. The book advises on effective legal writing and clearly explains the essential fundamentals of pre-action drafting. The drafting is explained with a view to clearly setting out the claim and possibly even avoiding litigation. Should the matter be litigated, correct drafting will stand up to scrutiny in court.

  • Preparing to write a letter of demand
  • Guidelines for the effective use of language in written legal texts
  • Punctuation with a purpose
  • Analysis of legislative provisions: A letter of demand in plain language
  • Advice on quantum of damages: A claim against a state institution
  • Writing an opinion: A third party claim for serious physical injury

  • Lawyers & candidate attorneys
  • Advocates
  • Lecturers in legal drafting
  • Law students
  • Law libraries

Key Benefits

  • Written in plain language
  • Explains the imperatives for plain language in the National Credit Act and the Consumer Protection Act
  • Practical examples are used to illustrate the principles
  • Includes step-by-step guides to drafting letters of demand and legal opinions
  • Useful self-testing questions with answers for utilisation by lecturers in conducting tutorials or problem-based lectures and students in preparing for examinations

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


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