Sometimes drafting errors are merely grammatical or spelling-related, but those at the other end of the scale can potentially lead to incorrect .. Read more meanings, outcomes or ambiguity. This session will shine a light on some of the more common drafting errors and advise how junior family lawyers can improve the quality of their documents, including Drafting guidance in the Court rules – where to find it and the benefits of following it, Fact checking and number checking, Using legalese without clarity, Have you forgotten the tax? What judges want to see in a document and avoiding judicial bugbears, Is your terminology up to date? And consistent? Annexures: relevance, presentation and quantity issues, Check, check and check again, Resources for family law lawyers.
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