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Do’s and dont's of committal applications

Sep 29, 2018, 22:51 PM
family law, committal applications, guidance, breach of orders, financial remedy proceedings
Ashley Murray, Barrister, reviews the recent decision and related guidance provided to practitioners by Parker J in relation to the contents of notices of application for committal for breach of orders/undertakings in financial remedy proceedings.
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An  analysis of W v H (No 2) (Contempt: Contents of Application Notice) [2015] EWHC  2436 (Fam)

Ashley  Murray, Barrister, reviews the recent decision and related guidance provided to practitioners by Parker J in relation to the contents of notices of application for committal for breach of orders/undertakings in financial remedy proceedings. 

The relevant law and procedure examined in the judgment are set out against the guidance provided by the court in order to more easily identify at a glance the principles highlighted and the approach approved to the completion of such applications and the basis to seeking waiver of any deficiencies found.  


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