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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY, Vol 4, No 2, 1992

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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 4, No 2, 1992

CONTENTS

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Paying for children and the role of the tax system: where to now? by Judith Freedman 52

The Official Solicitor as the child's guardian ad litem under the Children Act 1980 by Judith Masson 58

Contradictory trends in the application of the paramountcy principle by Bernadette Walsh 63

Working Together II by John Williams 68

Reforming the adoption process: Inter-Departmental Reviews 2 and 3 by Caroline Bridge 72

Child abuse, child protection and the criminal law by Cathy Cobley 78

Correspondence 78

Case Commentary

Parents and children in dispute: who had the final word? by Jonathan Montgomery 85

S v X & X, H v O - the continuing saga of fathers' financial responsibility for their children by Hilary Koe 90

Book Reviews 94

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