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(p. 393) 34. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: Occupation Orders 

(p. 393) 34. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: Occupation Orders
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(p. 393) 34. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: Occupation Orders
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Jane Sendall

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10.1093/he/9780198787716.003.0034
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date: 25 August 2019

The Family Law Act 1996 allows a court to make occupation orders to regulate the occupation of the family home. This chapter discusses the effect of occupation orders, the tests for each order, and which order to choose for the client.

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