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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 21, No 1, 2009
Date:13 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 21, No 1, 2009

Contents

Articles

Losing it? Losing what? The law and dementia by Jonathan Herring 3

The caustic dichotomy - political vision and resourcing in the care system by Alistair MacDonald 30

Research

The experience of relationship breakdown and civil law problems by people in different forms of relationship by Joanna Miles, Pascoe Pleasence, and Nigel J. Balmer 47

Children giving evidence through special measures in the criminal courts: progress and problems by Matthew Hall 65

Case Commentary

Re C (A Child) (Adoption: Duty of Local Authority) - Welfare and the rights of the birth family in ‘fast track' adoption cases by Brian Sloan 87

A common intention or a rare bird? Proprietary interests, personal claims and services rendered by lovers post-acquisition: James v Thomas; Morris v Morris by Nick Piska 104

Book Reviews

Parenting After Partnering: Containing Conflict After Separation, Mavis Maclean (ed) by Robert H. George 122

Tensions Between Legal, Biological And Social Conceptions Of Parentage, Ingeborg Schwenzer (ed) by Jens M. Scherpe 127

Book Received 130