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Practical Matrimonial Precedents

Practical Matrimonial Precedents
Number of volumes: 2
ISBN:  9780851214825
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

In two looseleaf volumes containing over 350 precedents, Practical Matrimonial Precedents:
  • Offers the convenience and the practical value of a complete library of precedent material for every stage of matrimonial proceedings including draft letters and affidavits set out in accordance with the various stages in an action
  • Gives a concise commentary and procedural checklists for each precedent, to help ensure that the correct procedure is followed, with nothing overlooked
  • Includes alternative or additional clauses where these are required
  • Ensures that, wherever possible, each precedent is entirely self-contained to facilitate photocopying or dictation; where there are one or more alternative clauses in the document, this is clearly shown and specimen clauses are set out separately
  • Provides quick access to over 350 precedents, making it very straightforward and simple to use
  • Will reflect changes being introduced by the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill
  • Covers a wide range of domestic disputes through and extremely comprehensive set of precedents
  • Includes with the commentary which follows each core precedent, any deviation from the particular form and indicates the circumstances when an alternative form should be used

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CONTENTS

  • Petitioners
  • Ancillary relief
  • Other financial relief
  • Enforcement
  • Injunctions
  • Children
  • Appeals

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