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Maintenance Matters

Family Law

Maintenance Matters

The Guide to Periodical Payments upon Divorce and Dissolution of Civil Partnership

A user-friendly guide to the reasoning behind, calculation and variation of periodical payments...

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Manual Handling Claims

PI and Civil Litigation Law

Manual Handling Claims

Provides analysis and overview of manual handling injuries with the application of common law and...

Manual of Construction Agreements

Commercial Law

Manual of Construction Agreements

"The ultimate statement on construction agreements for leading practitioners at the construction...

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Media Access to the Family Courts

Family Law

Media Access to the Family Courts

A Guide to the New Rules and their Application

This work examines the rule changes which allow media representatives to attend most family...

Medical Treatment and the Law: Issues of Consent

Family Law

Medical Treatment and the Law: Issues of Consent

The Protection of the Vulnerable: Children and Adults Lacking Capacity

With a Foreword by Sir James Munby President of the Family Division and President of the Court of...

Mental Capacity

Private Client Law

Mental Capacity

Law and Practice

Offers practical guidance on the Act and the challenges that the legislation poses

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Mental Health

Private Client Law

Mental Health

Law and Practice

A comprehensive guide to the operation of the Mental Health law in the UK.

Mental Health Tribunals

Private Client Law

Mental Health Tribunals

Law, Practice and Procedure

A practical reference for all those appearing before the tribunal

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Mental Health and Family Law

Family Law

Mental Health and Family Law

The papers of the 2009 Interdisciplinary Conference at Dartington Hall