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Financial Remedies Handbook 10th ed


ISBN13: 9781784731489
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781846617102
Published: July 2015
Publisher: Family Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £79.00



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The Financial Remedies Handbook (formerly entitled the Ancillary Relief Handbook) has established itself as a first resort for thousands of matrimonial lawyers. By combining a clear explanation of the applicable legal principles with straightforward advice on practice and procedure, this is the essential reference work for the busy family lawyer.

This new edition has been thoroughly revised with an additional chapter on arbitration, and contains detailed analysis and practical guidance on all relevant case-law developments.

Key topics include:

  • Transfer of Property Orders and Housing Needs
  • Settlement of Property Orders and Variation of Settlements
  • Avoidance of Disposition and Other Injunctions
  • Insolvency and Rights of Creditors
  • Costs
  • Appeals and Setting Aside
The Appendices contain a wide range of precedents and relevant legislative provisions.

Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Introduction to ancillary relief
Periodical payments
Secured periodical payments
Lump sum orders
Transfer of property orders and housing needs
Settlement of property orders and variation of settlements
Orders for sale
Avoidance of disposition and other injunctions
Consent orders
Pensions
Children
Insolvency and rights of creditors
Variation
Miscellaneous applications
Financial relief after overseas divorce
Procedure
Costs
Appeals and setting aside
Enforcement
The impact of the Human Rights Act 1998
The proceeds of Crime Act 2002
Future developments
A summing up
Appendices: Precedents and Legislation