In re W (Children) (Permission to appeal) – Times Law Reports

Posted August 2nd, 2007 in appeals, contact orders, law reports, residence orders by sally

Family jurisdiction role of the Court of Appeal explained

In re W (Children) (Permission to appeal)

Court of Appeal

“The function of the Court of Appeal on a permission application for residence and contact was limited to a review of the decision of the judge to see whether a prospective appellant had an arguable case, fit to present to the full court on appeal, that the judge’s order was plainly wrong.”

The Times, 2nd August 2007


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