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How to Make Applications in the Family Proceedings Court

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ISBN13: 9781854312013
ISBN: 1854312014
Published: February 1992
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The Children Act 1989 came into force on 14th October 1991 and transformed not only the public and private law relating to the rights of children, but also the duties, rights and responsibilities of those connected with them.;The Act introduced important new orders such as Emergency Protection Orders and Specific Issue Orders, and applications for many of these orders have to be commenced in the Family Proceedings Court, which is the new branch of the Magistrates' Court established by the Children Act.;This practical book contains the essential elements of the substantive law. But its real purpose is to guide the reader through the procedural maze of making applications in the Family Proceedings Court. In particular the book contains many specimen application forms which the authors have completed to show practitioners how to fill in the forms themselves.

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Preliminaries; provisions relevant to all applications; transfer of proceedings; directions; applying for leave; guardian ad litem; applications for a parental responsibility order; applications for section 8 orders; making the section 8 application; applications for financial provision for children; applications for a care order or a supervision order; applications for contact with a child in care; applications for an education supervision order; applications to protect children - the emergency protection order; applications for a child assessment order; applications for a recovery order; family assistance orders; secure accommodation orders; appeals from the Family Proceedings Court.