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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 8, No 1, 1996

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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 8, No 1, 1996

CONTENTS

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‘No children or pets' - child exclusion in privately rented housing by Jill Morgan 1

Shared residence in England and New Zealand - a comparative analysis by Caroline Bridge 12

A discriminating education - collective worship in schools by Carolyn Hamilton and Bob Watt 28

The child assessment order - a reassessment by Ruth Lavery 47

Research

Parental participation in case conferences by Diana Savas 57

Case Commentary

The termination of a periodic tenancy by one of two joint tenants: Crawley Borough Council v Ure; Harrow London Borough Council v Johnstone by Catherine Williams and Peter Luxton 65

Welfare of the child - conflicting interests and conflicting principles: Re T and E (Proceedings: Conflicting Interests) by Valerie Cromack and Martin Parry 72

Children's evidence in criminal cases: R v Hampshire; R v Rawlings by Mary Childs 81

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