ISBN-13: 9781846612213 ISBN-10: 1846612217 Publication Date: 31 May 2010 Imprint: Jordan Publishing Ltd Availability: OUT OF PRINT REPLACED BY: 9781846612817 Free Stock: Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date if and when we have more information. NB: Your credit card will NOT be charged until we ship the item.
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This is the acknowledged authority on practice and procedure in family courts and relied upon every day by the judiciary, barristers, solicitors and justices' clerks. The Family Court Practice 2010 covers the entire range of family business in every level of court. In just one volume, it contains fully and expertly annotated statutes and rules together with scores of unique step-by-step procedural guides, which direct the user effortlessly to the relevant rules and annotation. What is new for 2010? This title includes: updated procedural guide on forced marriage protection orders, as well as new guidance on parental orders; substantial new legislation under the Children and Young Persons Act 2008 regarding residence orders and the prescribed duties concerning looked-after children; and, coverage of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008, including regulation of the creation, use and storage of embryos, as well as new provisions for second female parents. This title also includes: enhanced commentary to reflect amendments to the Family Proceedings Rules 1991, including detailed analysis of relevant case-law; updated commentary on media access in family proceedings; wider coverage of important European Regulations; detailed commentary on the Civil Procedure Rules 1998, including expert evidence; extended coverage of the Justices' Clerks Rules 2005; essential new Practice Directions and related guidance, including PD of 5 August 2009 (Appeals); all the latest fee information for family proceedings, magistrates' courts and the Supreme Court; full text of the Supreme Court Rules 2009 , giving detailed guidance on practice and procedures in the UK's new Supreme Court; new guidance on applications for judicial review and appeals; and, additional commentary on pension entitlement for civil partners.