Deadlines during and after litigation (CEB action guide)
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Deadlines during and after litigation (CEB action guide) by Gail F Flatt

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Published by Regents of the University of California .
Written in English


  • Actions and defenses,
  • California,
  • Civil procedure,
  • Outlines, syllabi, etc

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The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11221579M
ISBN 100881249874
ISBN 109780881249873

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  The decision suggests that, where an action has been stayed for a period of time, the proceedings will resume automatically at the point they left off once the stay has come to an end. Time will continue to run from that point, at least for any deadlines defined by reference to a period . REVISION UPDATES: Update 11/2/ - Thanks to an obsevant attorney in New York, we have found two unfixed glitches in the calculation around when federal holidays occur vs. when they are observed. 1. For example: "30 calendar days after Thursday, Octo is Saturday, Novem However, this date falls on a weekend and Veteran's Day, so the next business day is Tuesday. to add to the litigation, a Third Party Claim must be filed and served within 6 months of the Statement of Defence is filed. The Statement of Defence to Third Party Claim has the same timelines for filing as a Statement of Defence. A plaintiff may file a Reply to a Statement of Defence and has 10 days to do so after being served with the StatementFile Size: KB.   A recent High Court case has reinforced the importance of meeting deadlines and fully explaining any delays when involved in litigation. The Court, in Redbourn Group Ltd v Fairgate Development Ltd [] EWHC (TCC), refused to set aside a default judgment because the defendant’s solicitors had failed to file a defence in good time.

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