Justice in Crisis: England and Wales
This chapter describes the existing system of civil procedure in England and Wales, and identifies the changing procedural principles that have underpinned English procedure over the past century. It discusses the key problems associated with cost and delay, drawing on available statistical information. Finally, it describes the proposed reforms, and considers the extent to which these reforms are likely to reduce the problems associated with cost, delay, and complexity.
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