Re D (Minors) (Wardship: Disclosure): CA 1994

The most important factor pointing against disclosure, other than the interests of the child involved is ‘the importance of confidentiality in wardship proceedings and the frankness which it engenders in those who give evidence to the wardship court’.’


Sir Stephen Brown P


[1994] 1 FLR 346


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedKent County Council v The Mother, The Father, B (By Her Children’s Guardian); Re B (A Child) (Disclosure) FD 19-Mar-2004
The council had taken the applicant’s children into care alleging that the mother had harmed them. In the light of the subsequent cases casting doubt on such findings, the mother sought the return of her children. She applied now that the hearings . .
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Updated: 30 May 2022; Ref: scu.194854