Monday, May 23, 2011

STOP PRESS: NEW PART 37 FPR 2010

The Family Procedure Rules Committee has just published a new Part 37 to the Family Procedure Rules 2010. Part 37 reads as follows:

PART 37 APPROVAL OF FAMILY COURT ORDERS

37.1 All Family Court Orders to be subject to approval

Henceforth, all Family Court Orders will be subject to the approval of John Hemming MP.

37.2 Procedure on approval

(1) Whenever the court wishes to make an order it shall first submit a copy to the office of John Hemming MP.

(2) No order shall be made until approved by John Hemming MP, who shall be the final arbiter on all matters legal.

37.3 Procedure where no approval

If a court should make an order without such approval, then it shall be named and shamed in Parliament by the said John Hemming MP.

4 comments:

  1. I never thought that the combination of injunctions / family law / John Hemmings name could make me laugh out loud!

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  2. tricky to decipher but i think i can see where you are going with this. there's a hidden meaning, right? it's like a riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in an uberinjunction (that's the one where you aren't even allowed to mention your own name).

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  3. Sorry SW, but not being protected by parliamentary privilege I cannot say.

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  4. Do you have John Hemming's permission to use his coat of arms or did you just buy it on ebay for £81K?

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