Hackshaw v Hackshaw: FD 29 Jul 1999

Even though in some circumstances there was no formal requirement imposed on magistrates by statute to give reasons for their decision, where that decision was capable of being appealed the giving of reasons was greatly to be encouraged, since in the event of a success at appeal, the appeal court need not order a re-hearing.


Times 29-Jul-1999


Maintenance Orders Act 1958 4 (2) (a)

Child Support

Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.81124