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Practice Guidance of 18 January 2017: Family Court – Duration of Ex Parte (Without Notice) Orders

Sep 29, 2018, 19:39 PM
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Revised guidance of 18 January 2017 for the Family Court on the duration of ex parte (without notice) orders.
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Sir James Munby, the President of the Family Division, has revised the guidance (issued on 13 October 2014) for the Family Court on the duration of ex parte (without notice) orders.

The new guidance issued today [18 January 2017] supersedes the existing guidance and provides new assistance for practitioners and HMCTS staff.

Click here to view the Practice Guidance of 18 January 2017: Family Court – Duration of Ex Parte (Without Notice) Orders.
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