Fox, Lorna (2003) 'Reforming family property : comparisons, compromises and common dimensions.', Child and family law quarterly., 15 (1). pp. 1-20.
This article examines family property policy in several Commonwealth jurisdictions. The article compares both ‘family’ and ‘property’ dimensions of policies adopted in each jurisdiction, and argues that a common feature of each policy is the compromise which is made between wide applicability and deep proprietary effect.
|Keywords:||Family, Property, Comparative, Reform.|
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