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(p. 381) Part 6 Domestic Abuse 

(p. 381) Part 6 Domestic Abuse

Jane Sendall

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date: 22 July 2019

This chapter discusses the following: the law regarding domestic abuse; practical issues arising from acting for clients facing domestic abuse; the availability of remedies under the Family Law Act 1996; funding for orders under the Family Law Act 1996; the concept of ‘associated persons’; non-molestation orders under the Family Law Act 1996; and remedies for clients escaping a forced marriage.

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