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Family Court (Contempt of Court) (Powers) Regulations 2014

Statute, published: 04/11/2014

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  • In a tweet: Successful committal application for failure to complete Form E. In brief: A successful application by the wife (“W”) for the committal of the husband (“H”) to prison for failure to file and serve his completed Form E. Despite being satisfied to the criminal standard that H was in contempt, the judge (prompted in part by H’s absence from the hearing) gave him one last chance to comply with the court. A committal order was made for three months’ imprisonment, suspended for 14 days. Judgment, 01/11/2016, free

Published: 04/11/2014


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