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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Costs in Family Proceedings


ISBN13: 9781784731403
Published: November 2015
Publisher: Family Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £80.00



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Costs in Family Proceedings explains the rules and procedure relating to costs and funding in all family proceedings.

In addition to a clear exposition of the essential principles governing the three different regimes for family costs, it addresses other related issues such as arbitration costs, public funding and the costs of litigants in person.

Full of invaluable hints and tips aimed at the family practitioner, the book also includes relevant statutory material, forms and fees This makes it a book which no family lawyer or costs draftsman can afford to be without.

Subjects:
Family Law, Courts and Procedure
Contents:
1. Family proceedings - definition and powers
2. The clean sheet
3. Costs in financial remedy proceedings
4. Costs in other types of proceedings
a. ADR
b. Divorce and Dissolution
c. Hague Convention (international abduction) cases
d. Committals
e. Appeals
5. Other forms of costs orders
a. Costs allowance orders
b. Orders for security for costs
c. Costs of litigants in person
d. Pro bono costs
e. Beddoe orders
f. Bullock and Sanderson orders
6. .Non-party funders and the liabilities of non-parties
a. Non-party funding
b. Liabilities of non-parties
i. Costs against legal representatives
ii. Expert witnesses
iii. Courts services
iv. HMCTS and the LAA
7. Public funding
8. Assessment of costs
9. The costs of enforcing orders and enforcement of costs orders