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  • Fri 01 Jul 2011

    The Introduction of the new Bribery Act: 1 July 2011 - JPC newsletter by Niten Chauhan... read more

  • Fri 24 Jun 2011

    The Get - The Jewish Religous Divorce: A need to obtain a Get in accordance with Orthodox religious practices... read more

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    Fri 10 Jun 2011


  • Fri 06 May 2011

    Key decision awaited on unmarried couples' property rights... read more

  • Thu 31 Mar 2011

    From 6 April 2011 new rules will come into effect which will govern how family law cases are dealt with in the Courts. The aim of the rules is to simplify all the procedures applicable to family proceedings in the High Court, County Court and Magistrates Court and to replace the existing rules with one set. These rules seek to follow the structure applicable to all civil litigation cases under what are known as the Civil Procedure Rules. In both there is an overriding objective to resolve disputes justly. In the family field that has to be by reference to any welfare issues. Parties to any family proceedings will need to consider Alternative Dispute Resolution at every stage in the proceedings. There will also be a compulsory mediation and information assessment meeting before any Court application is permitted. The Court also has wider powers for case management to intervene in the conduct of proceedings at each and every stage. ... read more

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