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Canadian family law

Author: Julien D Payne; Marilyn A Payne
Publisher: Toronto : Irwin Law, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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"This book has been thoroughly revised and updated to take account of legislative and judicial changes since publication of the second edition in January 2006. Fundamental revisions to the chapter 8 on Spousal Support have been necessitated by the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines and the diverse judicial responses that they have evoked. The judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada in Leskun v. Leskun has resulted  Read more...
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Payne, Julien D., 1934-
Canadian family law.
Toronto : Irwin Law, 2008
(OCoLC)757510259
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julien D Payne; Marilyn A Payne
ISBN: 9781552211571 1552211576
OCLC Number: 243916621
Description: xxvii, 858 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Family structures and Canadian family law --
Marriage --
Cohabitational relationships --
Domestic contracts --
Family violence --
The crisis of marriage breakdown and processes for dealing with them --
Divorce : jurisdiction; judgments; foreign divorces; ground for divorce; bars --
Spousal support on or after divorce --
Child support on or after divorce --
Parenting arrangements after divorce --
Remedies available under provincial and territorial legislation --
Matrimonial property rights.
Responsibility: by Julien D. Payne, Marilyn A. Payne.

Abstract:

"This book has been thoroughly revised and updated to take account of legislative and judicial changes since publication of the second edition in January 2006. Fundamental revisions to the chapter 8 on Spousal Support have been necessitated by the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines and the diverse judicial responses that they have evoked. The judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada in Leskun v. Leskun has resulted in significant revisions of those sections dealing with the economic impact of spousal misconduct on spousal support, the inclusion of the obligor's capital in determining the ability to pay spousal support, and limitations on the use of review orders. Significant changes to chapter 9 on Child Support have been necessitated by amendments to the Federal Child Support Guidelines that were implemented in May 2006. Equally important, the judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada in D.B.S. v. S.R.G; T.A.R. v. L.J.W.; Henry v. Henry; Hiemstra v. Hiemstra has resulted in new law on retroactive child support." "The book will be of particular interest to judges, legal practitioners, mediators, arbitrators and other professionals who require an understanding of the law related to families. It also provides a unique source of information for law students and their professors."--Jacket.

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