Complaint in Civil Procedure

Both experience and common reason have taught us that before a person learns how to walk, he should learn how to crawl and before he learns to run, he should learn how to walk.

Similarly, before one could appreciate the intricacies of remedial law, one has to start with its basics. These so-called basics are actually the elementary processes of ordinary civil actions. The practitioner and the student of remedial law have to know that an overwhelming majority of Supreme Court decisions involve issues relating to fundamental procedural matters and that the most frequently tested bar concepts during the past thirty years of bar examinations, involve the operations of ordinary civil actions.

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