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Accrued jurisdiction in the Family Court of Australia
Record ID:
22940
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2002
Author:
Molyneux, Clarinda ; Skinner, Rowan ;
Source:
LIJ (2002) 76 No 11
Date_of_entry:
26/11/2002
Notes:
This article discusses the Family Court decision in Warby which gave parties to matrimonial causes and third parties the ability to attach non-federal claims, but there are restrictions to this accrued jurisdiction
Section:
Feature
Cases:
Warby v Warby (2002) FLC 93-091 ;
Month:
December


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