An important judgment and essential reading for those who assist litigants-in-person.
The case provides learning points on:
- the making of section 91.14 orders,
- the issue of suspension of contact,
- the issue of the treatment of litigants-in-person (and represented parties) in respect of late filing of evidence by professionals and the other party, the issue of the importance of judicial continuity,
- case management,
- the matter of parents’ conduct in proceedings; their approach to professionals and disagreements; and the impact of this on their case.
We’ll be including the case in our online libraries and providing a more detailed summary and opinion soon.
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