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Carmarthenshire County Council v Y [2017] EWFC 36

Sep 29, 2018, 21:11 PM
Public law children – Sexual abuse allegations – Accuser suffered mental ill health and did not participate in the trialPublic law children – Sexual abuse allegations – Accuser suffered mental ill health and did not participate in the trial
Findings could not be made as to the truth of the allegations of sexual abuse.
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(Family Court, Mostyn J, 30 June 2017)

Public law children – Sexual abuse allegations – Accuser suffered mental ill health and did not participate in the trial

 Findings could not be made as to the truth of the allegations of sexual abuse.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2017] EWFC 36


Case No: SA16C01063
IN THE FAMILY COURT


Civil Justice Centre
Caravella House
Quay West, Quay Parade
SWANSEA, SA1 1SP


Date: 30/06/2017


Before:

MR JUSTICE MOSTYN
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Between:

Carmarthenshire County Council
Applicant

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Y
1st Respondent

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A
1st Intervener

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B
2nd Intervener

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Z – (A Minor – Through her Children’s Guardian Anne Williams)
2nd Respondent

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Alison Grief QC and Rhian Kirby (instructed by Carmarthenshire CC) for the Applicant
Elizabeth Isaacs QC and Lucy Leader (instructed by Salter Kelly) for the 1st Respondent
James Tillyard QC and Rhys Jones (instructed by Goldstones) for the 1st Intervener
Lorna Meyer QC and Lucy Jones (instructed by Avery Naylor) for the 2nd Intervener
Rhian Jones (instructed by Nicol Denvir Purnell) for the 2nd Respondent

Hearing dates: 7-16 June 2017

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Judgment Approved

This judgment was delivered in private. The judge gives leave for this anonymised version of the judgment to be published. In no report of the case may the identities be revealed of those parties and other persons who have been anonymised. Breach of this direction will amount to a contempt of court. 


Judgment: 
Carmarthenshire County Council v Y [2017] EWFC 36.rtf


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