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Commercial and mercantile courts litigation practice

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Published by Jordans in Bristol .
Written in English



  • England.,
  • Wales.


  • Commercial courts -- England.,
  • Commercial courts -- Wales.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementgeneral editors, Simon Sugar, Richard Wilson.
ContributionsSugar, Simon., Wilson, Richard.
LC ClassificationsKD7182 .C655 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationlv, 482 p. :
Number of Pages482
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3369226M
ISBN 10085308808X
LC Control Number2004444248

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The Circuit Commercial (Mercantile) Court Guide was last updated in so the amendments are largely to bring the guide up to date with various changes to the CPR and practice directions which have come into force since then, including the Jackson civil litigation reforms which came into force on 1 .   Mercantile courts deal with commercial disputes and professional negligence matters. The courts have given lead decisions on payment protection insurance mis-selling and dealt with dozens of interest-rate swap cases. There are no maximum or minimum financial limits on claims. The mercantile courts were created in for commercial disputes, and specialise in commercial subjects such as competition, insolvency, intellectual property, corporations, maritime issues and other contractual disputes. The first instance courts and mercantile courts are the first steps in the Spanish judicial structure. The Circuit Commercial Court was formerly known as the Mercantile Court. We handle commercial and business disputes.

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