#FamilyLaw #PublicLaw: One size fits all? Considering children law cases on their facts! — North West Legal Associates Ltd

A rare case, that managed to get to the Court of Appeal, shows legally the local courts, it came from, are most likely controlled by local Common Purpose UK groups , who feed the huge profits of the private fostering and adoption industry.

A brave Recorder decision forced LA to CA , to be subject to a rare exposure of practice, parents unable to ever do this.

Where is the application of the law by those paid so much public money to uphold it ?

How long before this Recorder is replaced ?

This is not about child protection, but their exploitation for profit from our public money.

| truthaholics

One size fits all? Considering children law cases on their facts | Richard Alomo  | Local Government Lawyer | 31 July 2020

A recent judgment of the Court of Appeal should serve as a reminder to practitioners in the field of Children Law that each case has to be considered on its peculiar facts and by reference, where applicable, to the welfare checklist in section 1 of the Children Act 1989 or the enhanced welfare checklist contained in section 1 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002, writes Richard Alomo.

The case of Re LC (A Child) (Placement Order) [2020] EWCA Civ 787 was an appeal from the decision of Recorder Thain sitting at the West London Family Court by which decision the Recorder refused the local authority’s application for a placement order in respect of a child (‘LC’), then aged 2 years. The Recorder preferred the…

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