Total costs of the Family court reform, studies and researches
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From: Zane Collins
Dear Ministry of Justice,
I would like to know the total costs of conducting the following events:
- Without Notice Applications in the Family Court: Research Report - July 2017
- Parenting Arrangements after Separation Study (PASS): Evaluating the 2014 New Zealand Family Law Reforms - through Otago university
- The Independent Panel which examined the 2014 family justice reforms and their finding report was published in May 2019
And any other researches or studies conducted in the areas of family justice contexts such as separation and divorce, care and protection, out-of-home care, supervised contact and relocation
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