Family Procedure Rules 2010

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Family Procedure Rules 2010 effective from 6 April 2011 (One years subscription)

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ISBN: 9780117839021
SUB Code: 7003074

Effective from 6 April 2011

The most significant development in the procedure of the family courts for 20 years, Family Procedure Rules 2010 replaces all existing procedural rules for family proceedings, creating a comprehensive and accessible source for all that come into contact with the family justice system.

Covering all family proceedings in the High Court, the County Court and the Family Proceedings Court, the Rules were developed by HMCS and the Family Procedure Rules Committee as a result of requirements set out in the Courts Act 2003, specifying the need to secure that:


- The family justice system is accessible, fair and efficient

- The rules are simple and simply expressed


The Family Procedure Rules 2010 replaces all existing procedural rules for family proceedings and covers all family proceedings in the High Court, the County Court and the Family Proceedings Court






<span style='font-family: Times New Roman;'>Your subscription will include:</span>

Your subscription will include:

  • Family Procedure Rules
  • Practice Directions
  • All relevant forms
  • Two planned updates to content per year, to reflect changes to the Rules


Key Features:

  • Apply to all family proceedings in the High Court, County Courts and Magistrates' Court
  • Updated terminology
  • Procedures have been streamlined and updated where appropriate
  • Most of the general provisions have been harmonised with the Civil Procedure Rules, with appropriate modifications
  • The provision of EU Regulations and other international instruments have been fully reflected
  • Appeal procedures have been harmonised across all levels of court and modelled on Civil Procedure Rules

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