Case Law

Meaning of “nothing else will do” in adoption cases: Re M-H (a child) [2014]

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By Michael Jones, Barrister, Deans Court Chambers, Manchester. This case involves a mother appealing that the judge did not apply the correct test in making a placement order and clarifies the interpretation of “nothing else will do” in the context of adoption. Alongside the decisions in the cases of R (A Child) and CM v […]

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