Jones & Buckle: Civil Procedure of the Magistrates’ Courts in South Africa

Jones & Buckle: Civil Procedure of the Magistrates’ Courts in South Africa

Jones & Buckle has remained the definitive work on civil practice in the lower courts in South Africa for almost a century.  The tenth edition of this work, with the assurance of continuing biannual updates, will meet the profession’s need for current and authoritative commentary in the field of civil practice in the lower courts. Detailed indexes facilitate research.

Detailed Information

  • Title: Jones & Buckle: Civil Procedure of the Magistrates’ Court in South Africa (Vol. I & Vol. II). 10th Edition
  • Author/Editor: DE van Loggerenberg
  • Publisher: Juta
  • ISBN/ISSN: CPMCS0001
  • Format: Loose-leaf

Jones & Buckle has remained the definitive work on civil practice in the lower courts in South Africa for almost a century.

The tenth edition of this work, with the assurance of continuing biannual updates, will meet the profession’s need for current and authoritative commentary in the field of civil practice in the lower courts. Detailed indexes facilitate research.

Contents include:-

Volume I: The Act

  • Prefaces to earlier editions of the work, dating back to 1905
  • Full text of the Magistrates’ Courts Act 32 of 1944, with commentary
  • Substantive separate discussions of recusation; attachment of things; interdicts; mandamenten van spolie; non-joinder and misjoinder
  • Comprehensive index and tables of cases and statutes
  •  Appendices relating to equality courts and courts established for regional divisions (areas of jurisdiction and places for sitting); State Liability Act

Volume II: The Rules

  • Prefaces to earlier editions of the work, dating back to 1905
  • Full text of the Magistrates’ Courts Rules, with commentary
  • Substantive separate discussions dealing with interest; parties; particular defences; costs in general; and Sheriff’s liability for negligence in execution
  • Comprehensive index and tables of cases, statutes, rules and practice directives referred to in the work
  • Schedule of statutory limitations on civil proceedings, indicating expiry periods in respect of actions ex delicto against state organs, as provided for in various statutes
  • Civil practice directives  for the regional courts in South Africa
  • Further appendices with commentary on subjects including the tariff of allowances payable to witnesses; the authentication of documents; the use of the word ‘may’ in statutes; administration of an oath or affirmation; civil practice directions for regional courts.

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