Sir Peter Singer Mr Justice Mostyn Lewis Marks QC and Gavin Smith return now with the addition of Joshua Viney with a fifth edition of this engaging and immensely informative handbook born in 2011 and updated for 2016.
The focus of the book remains the meaning and application of the Family Procedure Rules 2010 (FPR 2010) as subsequently amended.
The text concentrates only on those parts of the FPR 2010 associated with financial remedies (ancillary relief). Each chapter is dedicated to a particular Part (rule) of the FPR 2010 commencing with a detailed commentary before setting out the rule in its current form and any accompanying practice directions. The book retails at c. £100 and the commentary and exposition of the law between them reach 750+ pages. The commentary is thorough well-thought-out easy-to-read and exhaustive. The book is accessible not just to specialist family practitioners but to solicitors with a broad-based practice and (perhaps) even...
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