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21JUDW

Judgements and How to Enforce Them

NZ $45.00
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BRAUN Toby GLOVER Kevin
Toby Braun
Braun Bond & Lomas,
Hamilton
Kevin Glover
Shortland Chambers,
Auckland

Authors: Toby Braun, Kevin Glover
Published: 24 March 2021
Pages: 33

Introduction

At its highest level of generality, the function of the courts in New Zealand in relation to
non-criminal matters is to adjudicate on disputes between parties. The courts receive
evidence and legal submissions and do justice to the parties according to the law. The legal
process leading up to a determination of rights starts with the plaintiff’s commencement of
an action, by way of a statement of claim or an originating application, and concludes with
the issuing of a judgment which sets out whether or not the allegations have been made out.
 

Content outline

  • Enforcing judgments
  • Part I – Judgments
  • Part II – Enforcement
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
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