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Family Law

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04 OCT 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 8, No 3, 1996

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 8, No 3, 1996

CONTENTS

Articles

The social construction of child abuse for practical policy purposes - a review of Child Protection: Messages from Research by Corinne Wattam 189

The proper role of courts in child care cases by Mary Hayes 201

Post-divorce parenting - rethinking shared residence by Arthur Baker and Peter Townsend 217

Making decisions about children after parental separation by Dr Jan Pryor and Dr Fred Seymour 229

Research

Keeping secrets in assisted reproduction - the tension between donor anonymity and the need of the child for information by Sarah Maclean and Mavis Maclean 243

Case Commentary

Mutual wills - an exceptional case? Re Goodchild (Deceased) and Another by Lynne Ross 253

How not to judge the quantum (and priority) of a share in the family home: Midland Bank v Cooke and Another by Professor Graham Battersby 261

Protecting victims of domestic violence and harassment: McCann v Wright; Burris v Azadani by Martin Davey 269

Book Reviews 281

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