Back to basics

This article steps practitioners through the procedural and other requirements for preparing a Federal Court appeal.
, Kylie Downes QC, Jane Menzies
Further evidence will only be allowed in particular circumstances in civil appeals in the Queensland Court of Appeal or the Federal Court of Australia.
, Kylie Downes QC, Jane Menzies
This article reveals the key principles and some practical considerations when seeking, or advising on, a stay pending appeal.
, Kylie Downes QC, Will LeMass
Collecting evidence is an ongoing and important task from the beginning of any matter.
, Kylie Downes QC
As a general rule and in order to be admissible, the proposed evidence in a trial affidavit must be relevant. That means it must tend to prove or disprove a fact in issue on the pleadings.
, Kylie Downes QC
To comply with this rule, you must understand the relevance of the deponent’s evidence to the case.
, Kylie Downes QC
If you are acting in a case in which there are no pleadings, the affidavit material is the only opportunity to present your client’s version of the facts to the court.
, Kylie Downes QC

Search by keyword