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Appeals from Family Proceedings Courts - a Plea for Simplicity
Date:20 JUN 2005

District Judge Glenn Brasse, Principle Registry. The rules governing appeals in family cases from magistrates decisions are complex and incoherent. The present routes of appeal from magistrates decisions in family proceedings are wholly governed by statute. If there is no statutory route there is no route at all. District Judge Glen Brasse lists the routes and offers a solution to the confusion.