IMPORTANT PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT, Westlaw UK: The White Book 2015 – erratum

The Westlaw UK team has reported errors in Volume 1 of the White Book 2015 published 30 March in print, eBook and on Westlaw UK.

“Changes to Part 6 (Rules 6.31 and 6.33) and Part 74 (in particular Rules 74.4A and 74.7B) made as a result of the Civil Procedure (Amendment no. 7) Rules 2014 (SI 2014/2948) were not included correctly and we apologise sincerely for any inconvenience caused. The team is working hard to remedy this and the current status is as follows:

The White Book on Westlaw UK
Part 6 corrections (Rules 6.31 & 6.33) were uploaded yesterday 1 April, 2015.
Part 74 corrections (Rules 74.4A & 74.7B) will have been loaded by the end of 2 April, 2015.

The White Book eBook on ProView
Part 6 corrections are live.
Part 74 corrections are currently being fixed yet may take up to two working days to appear on ProView.

The White Book In Print
All corrections will be addressed in an erratum, the Second Supplement and Civil Procedure News. The First Supplement, publishing in print 7 April regrettably will not include the corrections and all customers will also receive a notification with their First Supplement confirming this.

We will send you a further update Tuesday 7 April to confirm the changes on Westlaw UK and on ProView.

Should you have any questions in the meantime please contact the Westlaw UK Customer Support team on 0800 028 2200 or by email at customer.service@westlaw.co.uk.

Once again, please accept our sincere apologies for this.

Regards,
The White Book and Westlaw UK team”

—-
Elaine Shallcross
Information Consultant, Law & Business
e.shallcross@abdn.ac.uk

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