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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 11, No 1, 1999
Date:29 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 11, No 1, 1999

CONTENTS

Articles

Religion, culture and conviction - the medical treatment of young children by Caroline Bridge 1

Family rights in the EU - disadvantaging the disadvantaged? by Lorna Woods 17

The controversy of equality and the Matrimonial Causes Act 1923 by Rebecca Probert 33

De factos down-under and their property by Bill Atkin 43

Research

Settlement culture and the use of the ‘no order' principle under the Children Act 1989 by Rebecca Bailey-Harris, Jacqueline Barron and Julia Pearce 53

Case Commentary 

A v United Kingdom The thirty thousand pound caning - an ‘English vice' in Europe by Chris Barton 63

Attorney-General v Prince 'Convicted killer can sue social welfare' - Prince, the strange fate of Bedfordshire down under by Geoff McLay 75

Book Reviews 87 

Books Received 93