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Cavendish LawCards are whole, pocket-sized courses to key examinable components of the legislation for either undergraduate and PGDL classes. Their concise textual content, common structure and compact structure make Cavendish LawCards the right revision relief for making a choice on, knowing, and committing to reminiscence the salient issues of every zone of legislation.

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2, and this includes (inter alia) matters under: Ü Ü Ü Ü the MCA 1973; the Adoption Act 1976; the Children Act 1989 (Parts I, II and III); and the FLA (Part IV). Hence, if a party to any of the specified ‘family matters’ requires state funding, they will have to be assessed for suitability for mediation as a means to resolve the dispute, rather than being granted state funding for purely legal representation. The Funding Code sets out the procedure to be applied, and also 28 2 Divorce establishes the situations where an assessment for mediation suitability is not appropriate.

In Richards v Richards (1984), Scarman LJ described the situation as he saw it: The statutory provision is a hotchpotch of enactments of limited scope, passed into law to meet specific situations or to strengthen the powers of specified courts. The aim of Part IV is to remove the complexity of the previous legislation, and to introduce a consistent range of remedies and criteria upon which they are based, throughout the courts that have jurisdiction in this area. Rights to occupy matrimonial home (s 30) Section 30(1) gives the non-estate holding spouse the right to occupy the matrimonial home if the other spouse is entitled to occupy by virtue of a beneficial estate or interest, a contract or any enactment.

Has a court order for child support (periodical payments) 47 Cavendish LawCards: Family Law which was granted post 1993 and has been in existence for more than one year. Failure to comply If the parent with care falls into the first scenario and fails to comply with the Agency, the Agency will consider why this failure arises. If the parent with care can prove that compliance will result in violence or a threat of violence to themselves or the child, the Agency will treat non-compliance as justifiable.

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