28 Days Later is getting another sequel! The horror saga will continue by telling the story of a defendant in a civil matter in Queensland forgetting to file a notice of intention to defend.
Under the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (Qld), a defendant has 28 days to file a notice of their intention to defend. That's under rule 100 and something. The exam is tomorrow fuck me why I am writing an Obiter right now.
The film is set to be the most frightening in the franchise, with jump scares and default judgements.
Listen, this is really a one joke article and we respect you too much to flesh this out beyond what is really a dumb play on words for the kids doing civil tomorrow.
I genuinely haven't done enough civil study to add more jokes. I'm sorry.
People really just read the headline anyway. Some incel said that in UQ Politics Space 3.0 this week.
Good luck with exams. You deserve an Obiter that is better than this. We will work hard to ensure that you get it.