Child Law: Essential Court Materials

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Family Law, 2010 - Law - 174 pages
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This portable book contains key UK statutory extracts and passages from leading judgments and ensures accurate references at hand while in court. Each topic is covered in usually one, but no more than two or three, pages and contains a quote from a UK statute or a case, bullet points, or a blend of all three. Contents include: achieving best evidence interviews * adoption - consent * adoption - procedure: overriding objective * adoption - welfare checklist * appeals * applicants requiring leave - private law proceedings * Article 3 ECHR * Article 6 ECHR * Article 8 ECHR * care proceedings - threshold * change of name * Children Act - welfare checklist * contact - private law proceedings * contact - child in care * contact order * costs * documents - disclosure * expert evidence * family assistance orders * importance of parents * interim care orders * interim contact orders * interim residence orders * judgments * media presence * parental responsibility * paternity - a child's right to know * paternity - testing * public law protocol * relocation * residential assessment * restraining further applications * Rule 9.5 guardians * standard of proof * uncertain perpetrator * wasted costs * wishes and feelings * useful addresses.

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John Mitchell is Reader in History of Art, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia.

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