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Textbook Series: Cretney and Probert's Family Law 10th ed isbn 9780414066021

Textbook Series: Cretney and Probert's Family Law 9th ed

ISBN13: 9780414035287
New Edition ISBN: 9780414066021
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780414023284
Published: May 2015
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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  • Provides students with guidance on all the major themes and principles of family law, covering both formal and informal relationships
  • Sets issues in their social and historical context showing students how the law has developed and ensuring they have an understanding of the socio-legal side
  • Mirrors the structure of a traditional family law course for ease of use during studies
  • Covers both formal and informal relationships in one volume
  • Gives students a firm grasp of the underlying principles and their significance
  • Uses cases, references and explanatory narrative to support the text

  • The emphasis on private ordering and the impact of the Family Justice Review
  • The advent of same-sex marriage; new cases and provisions on religious marriages
  • Children and Families Act 2014, child arrangements orders

Family Law
Introduction – The family and the law
Part One: Formal relationships – entry and exit
Part Two: Families – formal and informal
Part Three: Children, the family and the law