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"Security for Costs Where Plaintiff Resident Outside New Zealand – The New Zealand Decisions"

The author presents an overview of cases in which Rule 577 of the Code of Civil Procedure has been applied within the context of requiring a foreign plaintiff to provide security for costs when proceeding against a New Zealand defendant. Applications of the Rule in relation to, inter alia, actions concerning breach of contract, administration of estates, companies and patents are considered, as well as the extent (amount) of security

Author
PRH Webb
Published in
Recent Law (March)
Year
1975
Issue
March
Pages
60-64

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