Rayden and Jackson on Divorce and Family MattersMatthew Thorpe (general editor), Philip Waller (general editor), Mark Everall (consultant editor), Nigel A. Dyer (consultant editor), Rebecca Bailey-Harris (consultant editor), Stephen Trowell (consultant editor)
Loose-leaf 8000 Pages / Published: 30/06/2005
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Rayden and Jackson on Divorce and Family Matters is the complete encyclopaedic and authoritative text for those practising in the field of family law. The preferred choice of the Judiciary, this new edition provides a comprehensive collection of materials with narrative coverage of all relevant areas. A comprehensive hard copy updating service is provided four times a year, ensuring the statement of the law is up-to-date. The service includes the principal statutes and rules as currently in force and a stop press covering the latest developments. The subject matter is directly linked to the practitioner's needs and comes in four case-bound volumes and updating service binders. The Family Procedure Rules 2010 (SI 2010/2955) came into force on 6 April 2011. These rules provide a new code of procedure for family proceedings in the High Court, county courts and magistrates' courts, and replace existing rules of court for family proceedings. The looseleaf service now: * Contains all the recent statutory material from April 2014 relating to the Family Court and updating the Family Procedure Rules 2010. * Includes an updated introduction to the Rules in Noter-up to Volume 1 covering all the recent legislative changes written by His Honour Judge Philip Waller. Also available on CD-ROM as part of the Butterworths Family and Child Law Library.
Publisher: LexisNexis UK
Number of pages: 8000
Dimensions: 246 x 155 x 139 mm
Edition: 18th edition
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