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Divorce in the Sheriff Court 6th ed

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ISBN13: 9780953415212
ISBN: 095341521X
Published: October 2000
Publisher: Barnstoneworth Press
Format: Hardback
Price: £60.00



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This volume provides a commentary on divorce law and practice in the Sheriff Court in Scotland. Source material is included.

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Contents:
Procedure peculiar to divorce: citation and intimation; undefended actions ;defended actions; simplified procedure. Miscellaneous topics: reconciliation; proof of marriage; jurisdiction; concurrent proceedings; mental disorder; publicity of proceedings. Merits: proof of irretrievable breakdown; adultery; behaviour; desertion; two-year and five-year. Protective measures: accommodation address; matrimonial interdicts; powers of arrest; interim exclusion orders; oreders restricting removal of children; orders relating to avoidance transactions; diligence on the dependence. Property orders: orders regulating occupancy rights; orders dispensing with consent to dealing; orders transferring tenancy. Children: jurisdiction of the court; duties of the court; powers of the court. Money: orders made before the granting of decree; orders made upon the granting of decree; orders made after the granting of decree. Appendices: specimen craves and pleas-in-law; specimen motions; specimen writs; court practice directions; ordinary case forms; draft diligence (Scotland) bill; UN convention on the rights of the child 1989; table of matrimonial property and resources; the divorce etc. (pensions) (Scotland) regulations 1996-2000; reported cases involving principle A; reported cases involving principles B to E.