A full history of the development of the law relating to the family. The book draws extensively on published and unpublished materials, shows the factors which have influenced change and seeks to put the law fully into its social and historical context.... Act was confined to making provision for the maintenance of deprndants rather than providing legacies to relatives who might be thought to deserve ... 9aquot; In Re Bortbuick (No. ... of costs in the courra#39;s discretion; and it seems that there was no consistent appruach: see RD Oughton, Tylera#39;s family Provision (3rd ed., 1997) p.
|Title||:||Family Law in the Twentieth Century|
|Author||:||Stephen Michael Cretney|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2003|