Exam2 - List - Lists Civil Litigation Burden of Proof (1):...

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Lists Civil Litigation Burden of Proof (1): 1. Beyond a reasonable doubt (80-90%) 2. Clear and convincing evidence (60-70%) 3. Preponderance of the evidence (51%) 4. Probable Cause Parties (1): 1. Plaintiff v. Defendant 2. Petitioner v. Respondent 3. Attorneys v. Pro se Areas of law (*): 1. Substantive a. Criminal law b. Family law c. Contract Law 2. Procedural a. Rules of civil procedure b. Rules of criminal proc. Jurisdiction (2): 1. Subject matter jurisdiction 2. Personal jurisdiction 3. Concurrent jurisdiction 4. In Rem jurisdiction Pleadings (2): 1. Complaint/Petition 2. Answer 3. Cross-complaint Relief sought by the plaintiff (3): 1. Cause of action 2. Damages 3. Injunction 4. Specific Performance Summons (3): 1. Personal service 2. Substitute service 3. Constructive service 4. Long arm Statute 5. Default Judgment Counter petition (3): 1. Cross claim 2. Counter claim 3. Third party practice Discovery (4): 1. Depositions 2. Interrogatories 3. Production of Documents 4. Physical and Mental Examinations Pretrial Motions (4): 1. Motion for judgment on the
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course PLA 3013 taught by Professor Carolbast during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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Exam2 - List - Lists Civil Litigation Burden of Proof (1):...

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