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VIC Homework Question - Civil Procedure law - basic steps and pleadings?

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  1. Rocky1

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    Question 1: Set out the basic steps and flows of court pleadings. (which pleadings would a case start with and replies/responses)

    Question 2: What is the proper form of responding in a pleading?


    I have searched different websites, but I keep getting referred to American websites. if someone can give me sources or help me out I would highly appreciate it.

    Warm Regards,

    Rocky
     
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    What state are you in? You must recognise each state has their own rules, though all are similar to varying degrees.

    Look to your civil procedure act as a starting point. Your textbook should also have this information.
     
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    I am in Victoria, I don't have a text book thats the problem my teacher skipped me when he was handing them out for an unknown reason. I will have a look in the ACT you have provided if there anything sources or pdf's you can provide I would be so grateful, thank you.
     
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    Civil Procedure Act 2010 (Vic). Then look at the court rules for the court your course uses for it teachings. And try your library for books.
     
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