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This article provides a detailed exposition and critique of the case-law on parental responsibility orders. The analysis reveals some judicial failure to engage with relevant legislation and its underlying policy, and to articulate clear, consistent and just principles. Indirectly these findings add further impetus to the call for parental responsibility for all fathers irrespective of marital status.
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