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Differences can affect judicial co-operation – commission
Content must be removed if proved inaccurate
Action against European data body ‘inadmissible’
Parents forced to engage with ‘unregulated’ service
Varying rules ‘can cause legal hurdles’ for families
Property owners will have to register with Fáilte Ireland
Law Society comments on the Family Courts Bill
Judiciary wants ‘modern and simple’ terminology
Opinion on the roles of data-protection supervisory authorities
NSW concedes that offence not sufficiently described
No changes are being made to jury-service selection
Supreme Court to focus on parent-child relationship