CivPro_Outline(WG)

CivPro_Outline(WG) - 1. Choosing a system of Procedure 1....

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1. Choosing a system of Procedure 1. Disputes should be handled outside litigation first 1. Formal rules define litigation if personal action fails 1. The aggrieved party begins the case 2. Party driven and litigation allows for both parties to maintain control and favors autonomy. 3. Fairness: warren everyone plays by same rules 4. Regulated process so parties are treated alike. 2. Rules shape dispute long before trial 1. Discovery 2. Interrogatories (written question) 3. Depositions and requests for documentary disclosure 4. Plaintiff has to decide where to bring action 1. has right to resist no more and comprised of 51 systems 1. Personal jurisdiction: Where to bring suit 2. Subject matter jurisdiction: does court have authority to hear this 3. Validity: soundness of claims 3. Steps in the process 1. Personal jurisdiction 2. subject matter jurisdiction 3. Pleadings, parties, claims, joinder 4. Prior adjudication: affects of the final judgment 2. Bands refuse (Band= Π , Township=
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course LAW Civ Pro taught by Professor Arkin during the Spring '10 term at Fordham.

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