Brookers Family Law - Family Procedure eReference
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Brookers Family Law – Family Procedure is designed to give family lawyers clear and concise guidance on Family Court procedure.
Brookers Family Law – Family Procedure provides extensive commentary on the Family Courts Rules 2002 and proceedings, as well as detailed analysis of the rules of evidence and the law relating to costs, making it an informative and authoritative resource on family law procedure.
The team of authors who produced and will now update this service are leading family law practitioners with nearly a century of legal practice between them. This extensive experience and breadth of knowledge has been drawn on to provide Brookers Family Law – Family Procedure its focussed and extensive analysis. It will provide immense assistance for practitioners.
Information in Brookers Family Law – Family Procedure is presented as section-by-section analysis of the Family Courts Rules 2002 and the procedural parts of the Family Proceedings Act 1980. This is complemented by discursive commentary chapters on costs and evidence, including extensive discussion of the changes introduced by the Evidence Act 2006.
This service will be regularly updated, including incorporating legislative developments into the legislation with supporting history and editorial notes. This is an essential resource for any family lawyer or for any legal practice which has clients involved with the Family Court.
Table of Contents
Family Courts Rules
- Family Courts Rules 2002 with annotated commentary
- Family Courts Act 1980
- Parts 9–11 of the Family Proceedings Act 1980 with annotated commentary
- Evidence in the Family Courts
- Costs in the Family Courts
- Costs schedule DCR
- Relevant District Courts and High Court Rules
- Related Legislation
- Table of Statutes and Regulations
- Table of Cases
- Subject Index
A one off book and contents charge will apply for initial set up which covers the cost of the binder(s) and all current looseleaf content to date. All monthly or annual subscription pricing includes all updates issued during the applicable subscription duration.