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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Financial Remedies Practice 2016 isbn 9781859595862

Financial Remedies Practice 2015

ISBN13: 9781859595626
New Edition ISBN: 9781859595862
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781859593899
Published: November 2014
Publisher: Class Legal
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Financial Remedies Practice 2015 is an essential reference for all family lawyers resolving divorce-related financial issues.

The book combines, in a single volume, authoritative commentary on financial remedies practice and procedure with the full up to date text of the relevant Family Procedure Rules. The commentary is written by the unrivalled team responsible for At A Glance so you can be confident that the guidance is trusted, insightful and up to date.

Crucially the book provides unrivalled coverage of the key decisions and developments under the CPR that now underpin some of the key aspects of financial remedies practice such as appeals and enforcement.

Also included in the price is access to familyprocedure.com. This site contains the full text of the Commentary, updated whenever necessary, linked to the official Rules, Practice Directions, statues and cases law and is the ideal companion when you are out and about and have internet access via a smartphone, tablet or lap top.

Key Changes in the 2015 edition
  • the revised PD 27A relating to bundles and the restraints on pagination, extent and other matters now being vigorously enforced by the judiciary
  • the ‘Statement on the efficient conduct of financial remedy final hearings’ now in operation when the hearing is before a High Court judge
  • changing approaches to sanctions for breach of procedure in the wake of the CPR decisions in Mitchell & Denton
  • media reporting of financial remedy cases and the Judicial Proceedings (Regulation of Reports) Act 1926
  • ongoing changes to allow for family arbitration
  • and of course the Commentary has been thoroughly revised to explain and clarify all aspects of the new Family Court procedures such as gatekeeping, allocation and routes of appeal

Family Law
An Overview
Overriding Objective (Part 1)
Application and Interpretation of the Rules (Part 2)
Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Court's Powers
(Part 3)
General Case Management Powers (Part 4)
Forms & Start of Proceedings (Part 5)
Service (Part 6)
Procedure for Applications in Matrimonial & Civil
Partnership Proceedings (Part 7)
Procedure for Miscellaneous Applications (Part 8)
Applications for a Financial Remedy (Part 9)
Representation of Protected Parties (Part 15)
Statements of Truth (Part 17)
Procedure for Other Applications in Proceedings
(Part 18)
Alternative Procedure for Applications (Part 19)
Interim Remedies & Security for Costs (Part 20)
Miscellaneous Rules about Disclosure & Inspection of
Documents (Part 21)
Evidence (Part 22)
Miscellaneous Rules about Evidence (Part 23)
Witnesses, Depositions Generally and Taking of Evidence
of Member States of the European Union (Part 24)
Experts & Assessors (Part 25)
Hearings & Direction Appointments (Part 27)
Costs (Part 28)
Miscellaneous (Part 29)
Appeals (Part 30)
Registration & Enforcement of Orders (Part 32)
Enforcement (Part 33)
Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (Part
Mediation Directive (Part 35)
Transitional Arrangements & Pilot Schemes (Part 36)
Applications and proceedings in relation to contempt
of court (Part 37)