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Nutcases Family Law
Nutcases Family Law
Series:  Nutcases
ISBN:  9780421958500
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  20 Feb 2007
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Nutcases Family Law - An essential revision aid:
  • Presents the essential facts and key principles of the most important cases in family law including: Miller v Miller, McFarlane v McFarlane; Wilkinson v Kitzinger and AG; Re G
  • (children); J v C and E (A Child); Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v M; NS v MI; R (ota Baiai) v Secretary of State for the Home Department; B and L v UK; Charman v Charman; Re G (Interim Care Order: Residential Assessment)
  • Breaks the subject down into key topics
  • Uses clear and straightforward language and concisely summarises facts and decisions
  • Includes additional commentary, explaining the decision and implications
  • Fully indexed by individual cases and topics
CONTENTS
  • The definition of the family
  • Forming a marriage or civil partnership
  • Divorce
  • Family assets: the property rights of family members
  • Protection from violence and harassment
  • Maintenance and financial provision on divorce, dissolution and death
  • Financial provision for children
  • The relationship between children and adults: legal parentage and parental responsibility
  • Resolution of disputes concerning the upbringing of children between private individuals
  • Protection of children - local authority intervention
  • The welfare principle
  • Wardship
  • Adoption
 
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