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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Marriage Breakdown in Ireland

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William R. DuncanBarrister and Associate Professor of Law, Trinity College, Dublin, Paula E. ScullyConsultant in Family Law, Law School of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland

ISBN13: 9781854750464
ISBN: 1854750461
Published: October 1990
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This text on Irish family law is written for practitioners, both solicitors and barristers, of family law, as well as for non-specialists who require a quick grasp of the substance of the law and the practical steps needed to secure a family law remedy for his/her client. The book contains a mixture of decided cases, statutes, practice and procedure, statutory instruments, precedents and checklists. It also provides full coverage of recent legislation relating to Judicial Separation.

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Irish Law
Jurisdiction; nullity of marriage; barring/protection orders; injunctions; separation proceedings under 1989 Act; maintenance proceedings; Married Women's Status Act; Family Home protection Act
partition; separation proceedings; custody and access; separation and maintenance agreements; specific aspects of practice and procedure relevant to family law.