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Written for upper-level law students who intend to practice law in California, this book emphasizes those aspects of California civil procedure that deviate from the federal system.
California Civil Procedure aims to serve several functions. First, upon completion of a course using this casebook, students are prepared to more competently conduct civil litigation in the California courts upon graduation. Furthermore, this book represents the procedural advantages and disadvantages of litigating in California state courts as opposed to federal courts so new lawyers can make an informed choice between filing an action in one system or the other. This book also provides students with a brief summary of the federal or general position on each major topic as a basis of comparison and as a review of first-year civil procedure.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO CALIFORNIA CIVIL PROCEDURE
Chapter 2 SOURCES OF PROCEDURAL LAW
Chapter 3 CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE UNDERTAKING REPRESENTATION
Chapter 4 STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS, LACHES, AND RELATED MATTERS
Chapter 5 CALIFORNIA CONFLICT OF LAWS DOCTRINE
Chapter 6 THE PROPER COURT
Chapter 7 PROVISIONAL REMEDIES
Chapter 8 PRECLUSIVE EFFECTS OF PRIOR JUDGMENTS
Chapter 9 STATING CLAIMS AND DEFENSES: PLEADINGS
Chapter 10 JOINDER OF PARTIES AND CLAIMS
Chapter 11 DISCOVERY
Chapter 12 RESOLUTION OF CASES BEFORE TRIAL
Chapter 13 TRIAL PROCEEDINGS AND POST-TRIAL MOTIONS
Chapter 14 JUDGMENTS AND ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS
Chapter 15 APPEALS AND WRITS
Table of Cases
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