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PM v MB & Anor [2013] EWCA Civ 969

Appeal against orders refusing to grant F parental responsibility, dismissing the F's application for direct contact and making orders for indirect e-mail contact and under section 91(14) of the Children Act 1989 [CA 1989] that no application may be made by F for an order under the Act for a period of two years. Permission was granted but limited to the parental responsibility and section 91(14) decisions. Both mother and the child through his children’s guardian opposed the appeal. Appeal dismissed.

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Case note, published: 27/09/2013

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  • Appeal against orders refusing to grant F parental responsibility, dismissing the F's application for direct contact and making orders for indirect e-mail contact and under section 91(14) of the Children Act 1989 [CA 1989] that no application may be made by F for an order under the Act for a period of two years. Permission was granted but limited to the parental responsibility and section 91(14) decisions. Both mother and the child through his children’s guardian opposed the appeal. Appeal dismissed. Judgment, 02/08/2013, free

Published: 27/09/2013

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