Blackstone's Civil Practice 2006 provides authoritative expert description and analysis of the process of civil litigation in the county courts and in the High Court. It combines a unique narrative commentary with the full text of the Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Directions and Pre-Action Protocols and Practice Guides. Blackstone's Civil Practice 2006 is the only civil court text to explain and analyse civil procedure in narrative chapters. Written by a team of expert practitioners and academics, the text follows the course of proceedings from funding litigation and commencement of a claim through to enforcement of judgements. The text offers lucid, practical guidance to the effective conduct of litigation - providing detailed guidance on both the general conduct of litigation, and more specialist areas such as judicial review, landlord and tenant and posession proceedings; sale of goods, and consumer credit.