Trial preparation is a process that often commences immediately
after the close of pleadings. It involves what may be categorised
as: external procedural steps directed at the opposing litigant or
third parties, such as requesting further particulars and replying
to requests, making discovery and subpoenaing witnesses; internal
acts of preparation, such as identifying the issues in a matter,
determining the witnesses required to be called, preparing to lead
and cross-examine witnesses and undertaking research on law. An
extensive range of the steps to be taken are dealt with in this
book. Where they involve matters of procedural and related law, the
basic principles are set out and practical advice is given to
assist in deciding when and how to use these legal procedures.
Practical steps to prepare for trial are also dealt with in a
manner that can be readily understood. To explain abstract
concepts, several examples of pleadings in different types of
actions (in an appendix) are used as illustrations.
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