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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 6, No 4, 1994
Date:3 OCT 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 6, No 4, 1994

CONTENTS

Articles

Adoption and contact: the value of openness by Caroline Bridge 147

Out of the freeing plan...? by Ralph Sandland 152

Property adjustment orders for children by Elizabeth Cooke 156

Case Commentary

Evidence in child abuse cases - too high a price for too high a standard? Re M (A Minor) (Appeal) No 2 by John Spencer 160

Immunity from claims for damages: in whose best interests? M (A Minor) v Newham Borough Council: X (Minors) v Bedfordshire County Council by Michael A Jones 161

Social engineering in the House of Lords: Re M by Judith Masson 170

Abolishing the presumption of incapacity: C v DPP by Andrew Ashworth 174

Practice Section

Care, supervision and interim orders by Jonathan Whybrow 177

Section 37 directions: are they working? by Allan Wells 181

Voluntary organisations and the approval of foster-parents by Lynn Davis 186

Index to volume 6 189