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s.91(14) Orders

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  • Father's application to appeal a section 91(14) order on the bases of bias and a failure by the judge to recuse herself was dismissed. Judgment, 30/11/2018, free
  • Mother's applications for 1) termination of the father's parental responsibility in respect of one the children; 2) permission to change the forename and surnames of both children; 3) the making of a s.91(14) order preventing the father from making any application in respect of the children without permission of the court first being obtained, were all allowed. Judgment, 12/10/2018, free
  • Father's application for a child arrangements order to be changed so that the children could live with him in Sweden was refused. A s91(14) order was also made. Judgment, 29/03/2018, free
  • Mother applied for orders including a child arrangements order (that the children live with her and that there is no contact ordered with Father), a specific issue order (that the children are to be known by different names), a prohibited steps order and a s91 (14) order (restricting Father from making further applications to the court). Judgment, 28/07/2016, free
  • Father's appeal against an order that contact with his children should be supervised and an against an order under section 91(14) Children Act 1989. He also challenged an order that the recorder made as to payment of the costs of an independent social worker who was engaged to supervise his contact visits. Judgment, 12/02/2016, free

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  • 6 questions on the webinar which was recorded on 14 January 2015 CPD course, 21/01/2015, members only
  • Webinar recorded on 15 January 2015. Dafydd Griffiths of 29 Bedford Row reviews the private children law cases of 2014 and picks out some themes to look out for in 2015. Webcast, 15/01/2015, members only

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