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Limitation Periods: 1st Supplement to 1st Edition (Litigation Library S.) epub

by Andrew McGee


Limitation Periods: 1st Supplement to 1st Edition (Litigation Library S.) epub

ISBN: 0421443103

ISBN13: 978-0421443105

Author: Andrew McGee

Category: Law

Subcategory: Business

Language: English

Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell (April 25, 1991)

Pages: 450 pages

ePUB book: 1975 kb

FB2 book: 1998 kb

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In the United Kingdom, there are time limits after which court actions cannot be taken in certain types of cases. These differ across the three legal systems in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is almost unique in the world in that it has no statute of limitations for any criminal offence tried above magistrate level. The key legislation relating to civil claims in England and Wales is the Limitation Act 1980, which lists the time to various types of cases.

Published April 25, 1991 by Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.

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This is the first supplement to a reference volume which provides detailed coverage of this area of litigation, designed for use in courts of all types.