qThe International Survey of Family Law, q published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law, is the successor to the qAnnual Survey of Family Law, q It provides information, analysis and comment on recent developments in Family Law across the world on a country-by- country basis. The qSurveyq is published annually and its subtitle reflects the calendar year surveyed. Where a country has been regularly surveyed each year, the developments discussed correspond to the year in question. If certain countries have not been surveyed for some years the contributions will usually attempt to cover the intervening period. If countries are being covered for the first time, then more background information will be provided about the state of family law in the country in question. The qSurveyq also contains an article dealing with the more significant developments in international law affecting the family.ments expected by a familyaquot; of similar means, or for unusual talents in a child justifying special expenditures.23 It is not ... are aquot;based on economic studies of average spending on children in families at different income levels in Canada, aquot;24 and that ... As originally proposed by the government, courts were to take account of joint custody only in cases where the ... the amount of child support in any case where each parent aquot;exercises a right of access to, or has physical custody of, a childanbsp;...
|Title||:||The International Survey of Family Law|
|Publisher||:||Martinus Nijhoff Publishers - 1999|