Civil Procedure Law

Civil Procedure Law

The civil procedure is the body of the law that establishes the rules and norms that the courts follow when judging civil suits (unlike the procedures in matters of criminal law). These rules govern how you can initiate a lawsuit or a case; what type of process service (if applicable) is required; the types of allegations or statements of cases, motions or requests, and orders allowed in civil cases; the timing and form of the statements and discovery or disclosure; the conduct of the judgments; the process for the trial; several remedies available; and how courts and employees should work.