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The Resource Key Facts : Family Law 2nd Edition

Key Facts : Family Law 2nd Edition

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Key Facts : Family Law 2nd Edition
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Key Facts
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Family Law 2nd Edition
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eng
Summary
Key Facts has been specially written for students studying law. It is the essential revision tool for a broad range of law courses. The series is written and edited by an expert team of authors whose experience means they know exactly what is required in a revision aid. They include examiners, barristers and lecturers who have brought their expertise and knowledge to the series to make it user-friendly and accessible. Key features include: user-friendly layout and style; diagrams, charts and tables to illustrate key points; summary charts at a basic level, followed by more detailed explanations, to aid revision at every level, pocket sized and easily portable; highly-regarded authors
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Key Facts
Key Facts : Family Law 2nd Edition
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Key Facts : Family Law 2nd Edition
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multicolored
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Key Facts: Family Law -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Marriage and civil partnership -- 1.1 Marriage -- 1.2 Nullity -- 1.3 Judicial separation -- 1.4 Divorce -- 1.5 Presumption of death -- 1.6 Formation of civil partnerships -- 1.7 Nullity and civil partnerships -- 1.8 Dissolution of civil partnerships and separation orders -- 1.9 The effect of civil partnerships -- Chapter 2. Family Law Act 1996, Part IV -- 2.1 Definition of domestic violence -- 2.2 Associated persons -- 2.3 Relevant children -- 2.4 Non-molestation orders -- 2.5. Home rights -- 2.6 Occupation orders -- 2.7 Powers of arrest -- 2.8 Undertakings -- 2.9 Additional orders (s40 FLA 1996) -- 2.10 Exclusion requirements -- 2.11 The procedure -- Chapter 3. Protection from Harassment Act -- 3.1 Criminal offences -- 3.2 Civil remedies -- Chapter 4. Children's rights -- 4.1 The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the child -- 4.2 The European Convention on Human Rights -- Chapter 5. Introduction to the Children Act 1989 -- 5.1 The three main principles of the CA 1989 -- 5.2 The welfare checklist -- Chapter 6. Parental responsibility -- 6.1 Definition -- 6.2 Who gets parental responsibility? -- 6.3 Losing parental responsibility -- 6.4 Special guardianship orders -- 6.5 Parental responsibility in practice -- Chapter 7. Private child law -- 7.1 Section 8 orders -- 7.2 Applying for a section 8 order -- 7.3 Section 91(14) orders -- 7.4 Children and domestic violence -- 7.5 Family assistance orders -- 7.6 Procedure for section 8 orders -- 7.7 Representation of children in private law proceedings -- 7.8 Enforcement of contact proceedings -- Chapter 8. Services for children in need -- 8.1 Local authority's duties to investigate -- 8.2 Local authority's duties to children in need -- 8.3 Local authority's duties to looked-after children
  • 8.4 Reviews for looked-after children -- Chapter 9. Emergency child protection -- 9.1 Police protection -- 9.2 Child assessment orders -- 9.3 Emergency protection orders -- Chapter 10. Care and supervision orders -- 10.1 General principles of public child law -- 10.2 Care orders -- 10.3 Supervision orders -- 10.4 Contact to a child in care (s34 CA 1989) -- 10.5 Challenging a local authority decision -- 10.6 Negligence by the local authority -- 10.7 The procedure in public law cases -- Chapter 11. Adoption: the Adoption and Children Act 2002 -- 11.1 The core principles -- 11.2 Who may apply and who may be adopted? -- 11.3 Preliminary requirements -- 11.4 The pre-conditions for placing a child for adoption -- 11.5 Placement orders -- 11.6 Adoption orders -- 11.7 Dispensing with parental consent -- 11.8 Information about adoption -- Chapter 12. Finances before a divorce -- 12.1 Maintenance agreements -- 12.2 Applications under s27 Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 -- 12.3 Applications in the Magistrates' Court under the Domestic Proceedings and Magistrates' Court Act 1978 -- Chapter 13. Ancillary relief - finances after a divorce/dissolution of civil partnership -- 13.1 The orders available for adults -- 13.2 Orders available for children -- 13.3 The section 25 criteria -- 13.4 Agreements between the spouses -- 13.5 Interim orders -- 13.6 The general approaches of the courts -- 13.7 The statutory charge -- 13.8 The procedure -- 13.9 Costs rules -- Chapter 14. The Child Support Agency -- 14.1 Jurisdiction -- 14.2 Calculations -- 14.3 Variations -- 14.4 Revisions, supercessions and appeals -- Chapter 15. Financial applications under Sched 1of the Children Act 1989 -- 15.1 To whom do the provisions apply? -- 15.2 The available orders -- 15.3 Duration of orders -- 15.4 Relevant factors -- 15.5 Variation applications -- Index
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2nd ed.
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1 online resource (176 pages)
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9781134124114
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