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Property Settlement Answer Guide

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LLB243 Answer Guide - this was used in the exam as a template for answering questions involving property settlement. Also a helpful layout for assignment questions outlining the relevant law and where application is needed.

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Family law Law Property law Private law Anthropology Conflict of laws Division of property Divorce law Conflict of marriage laws Divorce Marriage
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Family law Law Property law Private law Anthropology Conflict of laws Division of property Divorce law Conflict of marriage laws Divorce Marriage
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These PAPS aim to encourage clients to resolve property issues without court. The PAPS provide that each prospective party to a case is required to make a genuine effort to resolve the dispute by participating in dispute resolution (for example negotiation, conciliation, arbitration or counselling): s1(1)(a) FLR, exchanging a notice of intention to claim and exploring options for settlement by correspondence: s1(1)(b) FLR and complying with the duty to disclose: s1(1)(c) FLR. The lawyer must advise the client as to the alternatives to litigation under the obligations set out in Rule 12.3 of the However, s1(4) FLR provides for exceptions to the PAPS. (4) The circumstances in which the court may accept that it was not possible or appropriate for a party to follow the pre-action procedures include cases: (d) involving urgency; (e) involving allegat...
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