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  • The grandfather's application for a child arrangements order had been dismissed. He appealed that decision. HHJ Ahmed allowed the appeal. The first instance judge had applied the wrong criteria. The application had been dealt with as a substantive application, rather than an application for permission to issue the substantive application, and findings of fact had been incorrectly made. Robust case management has a place in family proceedings, HHJ Ahmed said, but it has its limits. The application for permission to apply for a child arrangements order would be listed before a different district judge. Judgment, 02/11/2019, free
  • Grandmother's application for permission to appeal an order for indirect contact between her and her granddaughter after a previous order for direct contact had failed because the child refused to see her. Application for permission to appeal was granted. Judgment, 13/11/2013, free

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