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NSW Criminal Local Court, Local Court Civil, Estates, Wills and Powers of Attorney

This bundle includes guides from the following four publications.


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Criminal Local Court (NSW)


This comprehensive step-by-step guide covers all aspects of criminal practice and procedure for summary and indictable offences in the Local Court, with supplementary guides specific to traffic offences and Apprehended Violence Orders. 


The guides provide easy to understand coverage of the procedural aspects of criminal law matters, from arrest and charge through to hearing and/or sentencing, including avenues of appeal and costs applications. Written by experienced practitioners, these guides provide practical tips for lawyers new to this area of work and a detailed overview to assist all practitioners, especially those supervising younger lawyers.


Local Court Civil (NSW)


This comprehensive and easy to follow publication provides commentary and precedents for the conduct of Local Court proceedings in the General and Small Claims divisions, when acting for either a plaintiff or defendant and includes a supplementary enforcement guide, demonstrating the use of precedents guide and 101 subpoena answers reference manual.


From letters of demand and offers of compromise to final hearing, appeals and enforcement, this publication provides focused and practical guidance on procedure and documents and is a must-have for all lawyers acting for clients in the Local Court. 


Popular precedents provided with this guide include:



  • Library of letters of demand and example response to letter of demand

  • Example offer of compromise and Calderbank offer

  • Library of example consent orders

  • Example content for seeking injunctive relief

  • Example terms of settlement

  • Example deeds of release

  • Library of events for initiating application

  • Example defence

  • Example content for substituted service, and amending initiating application

  • Example content for interlocutory steps including cross claim, defence to cross claim, summary judgment, summary dismissal, consolidation, security for costs, default judgment, and notice of discontinuance – content for both application and affidavits in support

  • Example interrogatories, and content for setting aside subpoenas and notices to produce

  • Example letter instructing expert witness and enclosing Expert Witness Code of Conduct


Estates (NSW)


This comprehensive and practical guide assists practitioners to advise and act for clients in all types of estate matters.


An application for probate or letters of administration can be made with ease and confidence. The guide features detailed commentary and all necessary forms and precedents for obtaining a grant, getting in assets and making the distribution. Deeds of release and indemnity and deeds of family arrangement are included.


Wills and Powers of Attorney (NSW)


This valuable and thorough publication allows the practitioner to take instructions using a comprehensive and methodical instruction sheet then prepare wills, powers of attorney and powers of enduring guardian with confidence, whether for a single client or for complex families and including where the clients have an extensive or complicated asset portfolio. 


Precedents include various ways to deal with blended families, superannuation death benefits and rights to occupy.


Commentary includes discussion of the tax treatment of superannuation, the use of testamentary trusts, family provision considerations and dealing with assets in multiple jurisdictions.


Take the worry and risk out of will drafting and maximise its value to your practice by using our excellent and easy to follow publication.



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$199 AUD + GST

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Train Your Staff Affordably

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