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Utah Civil Practice guides you through every step of Utah civil litigation practice. From pretrial preparation through appeals and enforcement of judgments, you'll find the step-by-step instructions you've come to depend on for proceeding successfully at every level of the Utah civil court system. Utah Civil Practice relies specifically on Utah, not national, authority.
Utah Civil Practice was originally written and updated by Professor David Thomas of Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School, an authority on Utah procedural law. Since 2017 the publication has been updated and revised annually by Patrick Tanner, Esq., of Burbidge & White in Salt Lake City.
This trusted resource, in handy softbound form, is completely updated each year with the most current legal developments. Utah Civil Practice provides the latest on pertinent legal authority including statutes, rules, case law, and court reorganization information.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Overview of Utah's Legal System
Chapter 2 Factors to Consider When Commencing an Action
Chapter 3 Preparing a Complaint
Chapter 4 Commencing the Action
Chapter 5 Long Arm Jurisdiction in Utah
Chapter 6 Defaults and Default Judgments
Chapter 7 Responding to the Commencement of an Action: Pre-Pleading Motions
Chapter 8 Pleading and Other Responses to a Claim
Chapter 9 Pretrial Conferences and Discovery
Chapter 10 Restructuring the Action Before Trial
Chapter 11 Trial Procedure
Chapter 12 Judgments and Post-Trial Motions
Chapter 13 Post-Judgment Remedies and Enforcement
Chapter 14 Specialized Litigation
Chapter 15 Outline of Appellate Procedure
Table of Cases
Table of Rules and Statutes