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  • Article 53(3) of the Children (NI) Order 1995 and Rules 4.19 and 4.24 of the Family Proceedings Rules (NI) 1996: the need for an expert witness

    Published in:

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 30, Page: 72-76

    Publication Date:

    2006 Winter2006

    Aims & Objectives:

    The article discusses the ruling of the Northern Ireland High Court of Justice in a case about an appeal against an order made by a Master of the High Court refusing leave to the father of a children

    Abstract:

    The article discusses the ruling of the Northern Ireland High Court of Justice in a case about an appeal against an order made by a Master of the High Court refusing leave to the father of children for the disclosure of documents to and examination of the children by an expert. The court held that the judge placed emphasis on the determination not to have the timetable of the Trust application derailed. The case shows judicial sympathy and understanding for the role of Trust social workers.

    Authors:

    Kerry O'Halloran

    Study Type:

    Study Papers » Case Report Study » Descriptive Studies - Without a comparision

    Notes:

    Article 03085759 Accession Number: 23979801; O'Halloran, Kerry 1,2,3; Affiliations: 1: Lawyer, Centre of Philanthropy and Non-Profit Studies, QUT, Brisbane 2: Social Worker, Centre of Philanthropy and Non-Profit Studies, QUT, Brisbane 3: Adjunct Professor, Centre of Philanthropy and Non-Profit Studies, QUT, Brisbane Source Info: Winter2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p72; Thesaurus Term: JUDGMENTS; Thesaurus Term: COURT orders; Thesaurus Term: DISCLOSURE of information; Thesaurus Term: EVIDENCE, Expert; Thesaurus Term: CHILD welfare; Subject Term: CHILD care workers; Subject Term: NORTHERN Ireland; Number of Pages: 5p. Document Type: Article

    Categories:

    parental application for access rights

    International Classification:

    Legal or care issues

    Keywords:


    Geography:

    Northern Ireland (Northern Ireland)