White, Carr and Lowe: The Children Act in Practice Fourth edition
White Carr & Lowe: The Children Act in Practice is the best selling, one volume guide to the Children Act 1989.
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Now in its fourth edition, White Carr & Lowe: The Children Act in Practice is the best selling, one volume guide to the Children Act 1989. The Act is produced in full and annotated in a straightforward and helpful way to assist in interpretation, together with a detailed commentary, which considers the legislation as it operates today.
Building on the success of the third edition the new edition is brought fully up-to-date with all relevant legislative and case law developments since 2002. In addition, the work includes the following coverage:
* The Adoption and Children Act 2002
* The Children Act 2004
* The Children and Adoption Act 2006
* The Public Outline governing case management
* The threshold criteria following the House of Lords decision in Re B (Children)(sexual abuse: standard of proof)
This text will prove invaluable to all those who deal with the day-to-day application of the legislation.