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Fenners Chambers was established in 1973 and has grown steadily in size and reputation. The Legal 500 Directory now ranks Fenners as the top-rated chambers in the East of England. Many of our former barristers are now full-time circuit, district and tribunal judges. We provide expertise and advocacy across a wide range of criminal, civil and family matters.
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The purpose of this article is to distil the recent decisions in F v M  EWFC 4 (Fam) and Re H-N and Others (children) (domestic abuse: finding of fact hearings)  EWCA Civ 448, both of which relate to the Family Court’s handling of cases involving domestic...
Public law working group: Recommendations to achieve best practice in the child protection and family justice systems
As the Public Law Working Group’s Best Practice Guidance (BPG) has been published in March 2021, we thought it would be helpful to provide a quick overview setting out the key points. It’s rather long (at 191 pages) so we’ve prepared a snapshot of the key points which...
If a company creates a charge, then section 859A of the Companies Act 2006 requires that the charge be registered at Companies House within 21 days. This much is known to most good conveyancers. If the charge isn’t registered at Companies House within 21 days then it...