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Title: Win Some, Lose Some, But Never Give Up
Author(s): Sutherland, Elaine E
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Editor(s): Atkin, B
Banda, F
Citation: Sutherland EE (2015) Win Some, Lose Some, But Never Give Up. In: Atkin B & Banda F (eds.) The International Survey of Family Law: 2015 Edition. 2015 Edition ed. International Survey of Family Law. Bristol: Jordan Publishing for the International Society of Family Law.
Issue Date: 2015
Date Deposited: 1-Jul-2015
Series/Report no.: International Survey of Family Law
Abstract: 2014 will go down in the history books as the year of the referendum on Scottish independence but, for chroniclers of family law, it will be notable as the year that Scotland finally embraced same sex marriage. This chapter explores how that particular reform has been effected by the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Act 2014 and some of the challenges that remain in the context of adult relationships, before we turn our attention to significant developments in child law, many brought about by the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014, the other main family law statute passed by the Scottish Parliament in this momentous year.
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