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The Human Rights Act, 1998

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ISBN13: 9780406922335
ISBN: 0406922330
Published: April 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: looseleaf / ring bound
Price: £15.00



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The Human Rights Act, expected to come into force in early 2000, will affect all areas of family law. This bulletin provides family law practitioners with guidance on the Act. It includes the text of the Act and its attendant schedules which contain inter alia, the Convention of Human Rights itself, a narrative commentary and a summary of the existing Strasbourg jurisprudence in the field of family law. It is aimed at family law practitioners needing to be made aware of the implications of the Act and the existing jurisprudence. Subscribers to ""Butterworths Family Law Service"" and ""Rayden and Jackson on Divorce and Family Matters"" will automatically receive a copy of the bulletin as part of their subscription in April 1999.

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Contents:
General historical introduction; the European Court of Human Rights; the Human Rights Act 1998; the Convention of Human Rights; the right to a fair trial; the right to respect for private and family life; right to marry; prohibition of discrimination; public law children; private law children; ancillary relief.