||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 14 (Jan)
|| EWCA Civ 1313
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Laws, Simon LJJ and Russell J
||Finola Moore for the father.
||Ariel Ricci for the mother.
|| Corinne Iten for Y.
||18 December 2015
Family proceedings - Orders in family proceedings - Appeal - Recorder making child arrangement orders, prohibited steps order and order prohibiting father from making any further application for child arrangements order or other orders without leave of court for three years - Whether recorder's decisions unjust because of serious procedural irregularity - Whether, in any event, recorder's decision wrong and should be set aside - , .
Family proceedings Orders in family proceedings. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, ruled on a father's appeal against child arrangements orders and an order made pursuant to s91(14) of the . It held, among other things, that, in respect of the s 91(14) order alone, it was clear that the father had not had sufficient notice of the application that had been made and the manner in which it had been made had not complied with case law or proper procedure. On that one issue, the appeal would be allowed.
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