Class action litigation is a mature and vibrant feature of Australia's litigation landscape. The developing case law makes it a specialty area which requires a deep understanding of the complexities of class action jurisprudence. Annotated Class Actions Legislation written by Michael Legg and Ross McInnes offers an essential guide to class action legislation in Australia. It navigates practitioners, students, and academics through the complexities of the legislation which governs class action litigation. This work delivers section by section analysis of PtIVA of the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth), as well as the legislative regimes in Victoria and New South Wales. Annotated Class Actions Legislation provides busy practitioners with relevant case law analysis, as well as a discussion of key concepts under each section of the class action legislative regime.