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Appeals: law fact and discretion

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing

Author:
David Burrows
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional
February 2018 ‘Wrong’ and ‘plainly wrong’ ‘Wrong’ in law Appeal on facts ‘Wrong’ in the exercise of discretion ‘Plainly’ wrong Discretion and family proceedings Children: a discretionary jurisdiction Unjust: serious procedural or other irregularity in the lower court What is ‘plainly wrong’? ...

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