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Ancillary Relief: a Guide to the New Rules

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Nicholas MostynBarrister and Deputy Hight Court Judge of the Family Division, John NicholsonSolicitor at Manches & Co.

ISBN13: 9781845927615
ISBN: 1845927613
Previous Edition ISBN: 040693178X
Published: June 2000
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Reprint of ISBN: 9780406931788

This supplement, aimed at all family law practitioners whose practice includes ancillary relief work, is a comprehensive guide to The Family Proceedings (Amendment No 2) Rules, 1999. These Rules, which came into force on 5 June, 2000, altered the conduct of ancillary relief applications in England and Wales. This book takes the reader step-by-step through the Rules. It explains how each stage in the process operates and what needs to be done within which time limits. It offers a practical insight into how to tackle First Appointments, Financial Dispute Resolution Appointments and the all-important Form E. It comes complete with copies of the Rules themselves, and of all the forms annexed to the Rules which form part of the new procedure. Subscribers to Family Law Service and Rayden and Jackson on Divorce and Family Matters receive a copy of the bulletin as part of their subscription.

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