In Re SK (Proposed Plaintiff) (an Adult by way of her Litigation Friend): FD 2004

The court considered an application for a forced marriage protection order.
Held: Singer J said that the court’s inherent jurisdiction is ‘sufficiently flexible . . to evolve in accordance with social needs and social values.’
Singer J
[2005] 2 FLR 230, [2004] EWHC 3202 (Fam), [2005] 3 All ER 421, [2006] 1 WLR 81, [2005] 2 FCR 459
Supreme Court Act 1981, Family Law Act 1996
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedIn re PS (an Adult), Re; City of Sunderland v PS by her litigation friend the Offcial Solcicitor and CA; Re PS (Incapacitated or Vulnerable Adult) FD 9-Mar-2007
The patient an elderly lady with limited mental capacity was to be returned from hospital, but her daughter said she was to come home. The local authority sought to prevent this, wanting to return her to a residential unit where she had lived for . .
CitedChief Constable and Another v YK and Others FD 6-Oct-2010
The court gave directions in Forced Marriage Protection order applications. An order had been made at the request of the police on behalf of A, and the court had declined to discharge it on A’s own application.
Held: Special advocates were not . .

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Updated: 08 July 2021; Ref: scu.269961