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Appeals: law fact and discretion

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing

David Burrows
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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