Costs in Family Proceedings
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Why you should buy Costs in Family Proceedings
Costs in Family Proceeding is a concise but comprehensive and authoritative guide to the law precedents and practice of costs and funding in all family proceedings.
Whether you want a clear exposition of the three different regimes for family costs, or are looking for information in a particular area such as arbitration costs, public funding, wasted costs or any other of the many costs issues that can arise in family proceedings this book is designed to answer your questions and to help you find the information you need.
In his Foreword Lord Wilson describes the book as "magisterial" and comments upon its weight, breadth and value, in respect to the subjects it covers. He commends the book for use by family judges. It is a book that no family lawyer or costs draftsman can afford to be without.