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Trying to get hold of the white book civil procedure volume 1 sweet and maxwell

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as stated

 

i am trying to locate this book

 

amazon seem out of stock

 

THE WHITE BOOK-CIVIL PROCEDURE VOLUME 1 (SWEET AND MAXWELL)

 

ANY LINKS WOULD BE GREAT

 

MANY THANKS

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Hi post

 

If this is what I think it is, the book is a rather large 2 volume tome. Most firms of solicitors and barristers chambers would buy ONE or possibly TWO copies depending on how flush they are. It is quite expensive.

 

Local libraries don't stock it but have you tried the law library at your nearest university. They may allow you access to read the reference copy, especially out of term when there would be less pressure on the library. I asked my old uni library and they sent me an access card even though ut nearly 20 years since I was there and I didn't study law.


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as i am the legal and medical secretary for my branch, this book can be purchased for the branch at trade price

 

thats if i can get it authorised

 

i think it is in the region £400 off the shelf for the average punter

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You tried the publishers website or calling them?

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There's one on ebay - Item number: 260864558046

 

Not exactly cheap, but both volumes and ends tonight with no bids as yet.

 

Gez

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Civil Procedure 2007 Volume 1, The White Book Service,

 

 

£58.41

 

110750760173 ebay

 

just ordered it

 

many thanks

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Civil Procedure 2007 Volume 1, The White Book Service,

 

 

£58.41

 

110750760173 ebay

 

just ordered it

 

many thanks

 

 

 

 

I know you've already ordered it but you can buy the 2011 version here...

 

http://www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/whitebook/order-today.htm

 

 

 

The 2007 version will be useful but is quite out of date now.

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