A guide to the working practices of the Queen’s Bench Division within the Royal Courts of Justice.
How does the Direction help court users during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic
The Civil Procedure (Amendment No.5) (Coronavirus) Rules 2020 have been laid before Parliament. This follows the Lord Chancellor giving written notice to the Civil Procedure Rule Committee under s. 3A Civil Procedure Act 1997 that ...
Fully revised and updated version of the practical guide now published online
The protocol below has been produced to assist with the operation of civil justice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Date of report: 19 September 2019 Ref: 2019-0306 Deceased name: Irene Collins Coroners name: Chris Morris Coroners Area: Manchester (South) Category: Care Home Health related deaths This report is being sent to: MHPRA
Claim No. QB-2019-002282 In the High Court Queen’s Bench Division SMX -and- DMX -v- Islington Borough Council -and- Middlesbrough Council -and- Redcar & Cleveland Council
This guidance is issued by Mr Justice Teare with the agreement of Sir Terence Etherton, Master of the Rolls, and Dame Victoria Sharp, President of the Queen’s Bench Division. It is issued as a Practice ...
Amendments to Practice Directions are contained in the 107th Update to the Civil Procedure Rules, but they will only come into force if and when the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 ...
The new Practice Directions and the amendments to the existing Practice Directions came into effect as of Monday 14th January 2019