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This latest edition of Georgia Civil Practice, first published in 1990 and written by distinguished attorney and former Georgia Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hardy, is the only single reference to comprehensively treat both the Uniform Superior Court Rules and the Civil Practice Act. This proven practice tool incorporates the most recent changes in the trial court rules, as well as the subtle common law evolution of the rules and the Civil Practice Act as reflected in case law. Inside you'll find the resources you need on:
• Venue, Actions, Process, Time, Appearance of Counsel and Assignment of Cases
• Parties, Pleadings and Motions
• Pretrial Procedure
• Depositions and Discovery
• Trials and Judgment
• Provisional and Final Remedies, Special Proceedings and Renewal Actions
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Venue
Chapter 2 Scope of Civil Practice Act: Actions; Process; Time; Appearance of Counsel; Assignment of Cases
Chapter 3 Pleadings and Motions; Pretrial Procedure
Chapter 4 Parties
Chapter 5 Depositions and Discovery
Chapter 6 Trials
Chapter 7 Judgment
Chapter 8 Provisional and Final Remedies and Special Proceedings
Chapter 9 Renewal Actions
Appendix A Civil Practice Act
Appendix B Uniform Superior Court Rules
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes