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Scottish Family Law

Kenneth McK. Norrie

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A clear and concise study and revision guide for students of family law in Scotland

Covering all the major legislation, Scottish Family Law is designed for new students of the subject. It gives you a framework for understanding how family law operates and will help you to prepare for your exams. Each chapter includes lists of essential facts and cases to illustrate how the rules described are applied in practice.

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Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
1. Legal Personality
2. Creating the Parent-Child Relationship
3. Bringing Up Children
4. Court Orders Regulating the Upbringing of Children
5. State Intervention in the Upbringing of Children
6. Marriage and Civil Partnership
7. Unregistered Couples
8. Deregistering Relationships by Divorce or Dissolution
9. Deregistering Relationships by Annulment
10. Financial Provision on Divorce, Dissolution and Annulment

About the Author

Kenneth Norrie is Professor of Law at Strathclyde Law School. He has taught Family Law for over 20 years, both in Scotland and abroad and has written many of the major textbooks on the subject, as well as numerous articles on child protection and same-sex families. He has advised the Scottish Parliament on most of its recent family law legislation and was a member of the children’s panel for ten years.

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