Judgment: Appeal by father against a child arrangements order and s91(14) order. The appeal against the s91(14) order was allowed because the application had only been sprung on the father in cross-examination.
For our column over at Jordans this month, we chose to write about the government's response to radicalism, in particular extreme Islam and the way it is trying to tackle this through child-focused measures.
I have talked about the 350 page bundle limit before, and how a "one-size fits all" regardless of the nature of the case is a blunt instrument which does not always work. This is a case in point. Local Authority A v N and others 2015 http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Fam/2015/1301.html Very sadly, the father in…
Judgment: Mother's appeal against a costs order on the basis that the Judge had no jurisdiction to make any order in respect of the costs of the Hague Convention proceedings, including in particular the father's expenses in travelling to Germany to...
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