Family Law - Child Law - Westlaw NZ

Family Law - Child Law - Westlaw NZ

Usha Patel, Sharon Chandra, Shelley Stevenson, Nessa Lynch, Mark Tolich, Debra Wilson, Zandra Wackenier, Amy Bayliss


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Thomson Reuters, NEW ZEALAND

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Family Law – Child Law contains key legislation, case law and information on issues affecting relationships between parents and children, and children and the State.

This service aims to give clarity on the complex interrelationships between areas such as care and protection and youth justice, and contact and care of children and parenting orders, for example.

Valuable supplementary information and guidance is provided on each topic, including the practice notes of the Family Court, with informed commentary and references to case law developments, fully consolidated and kept up-to-date with links to cases and extensive cross-referencing. Each area of the law is discussed in detail, including history, the philosophical approach of particular legislation, the approach taken by the courts, and practical steps which can be taken to secure the best outcome for a client.

The loose-leaf has the product split into three volumes, whereas it is all in one, online and in ProView. The topics include:

Child Law I

  • Care of Children Act 2004 (introduction, legislation and commentary)

Child Law II

  • Care and Protection (Oranga Tamariki Act 1989)
  • Care and Protection (discursive chapter)
  • Youth Justice (discursive chapter)

Child Law III

  • Principles of Adoption (discursive chapter)
  • Child Support Act 1991 (introduction, legislation and commentary)
  • Paternity (discursive chapter)
  • Surrogacy (discursive chapter)
  • Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Act 2004 (introduction, legislation and commentary)
  • Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Order 2005 (legislation and commentary)

There are also the usual legislative tables, table of cases and a subject index.

This work is available in looseleaf, online and as an eReference (in ProView).

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