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Maintenance and desertion under the Poor Law and under the Summary Jurisdiction (separation and maintenance) Acts, 1895 to 1925

Herbert Davey

Maintenance and desertion under the Poor Law and under the Summary Jurisdiction (separation and maintenance) Acts, 1895 to 1925

with chapters on recovery of expenses from poor persons and patients and on affiliation orders.

by Herbert Davey

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Published by Law & Local Government Publications in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Poor laws -- Great Britain.,
    • Desertion and non-support -- Great Britain.,
    • Support (Domestic relations) -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsDavey, Sydney, 1874-1930., Great Britain.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxvi, 258 p.
      Number of Pages258
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6104429M
      LC Control Number51051714
      OCLC/WorldCa15191837

      If an individual or member of an assistance unit receives funds through the TANF or GA programs established under Work First New Jersey, and within five years of the receipt acquires assets in excess of those necessary for that individual’s ordinary support, the individual shall reimburse the State for the funds received. CURRENT LAW. Domestic proceedings: A married woman under the provisions of the Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act and subsequent Acts could go to a magistrates' court and apply for orders which in certain circumstances would enable her to separate from her husband, have custody of any children and receive maintenance from him. Under the Poor Law.

      The Elizabethan Poor Law continued with further adaptations — for example the Settlement Act, Gilbert's Act () and the Speenhamland system of — until the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act and formed the basis of poor relief throughout the country for over two centuries. It was a fair and equitable system run for. Unequal under Law book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Race is clearly a factor in government efforts to control dangerou /5.

      LAW: APPLICATION, INTERPRETATION, REVISION Cap. Interpretation and General Clauses 2. Law Revision 3. Statute Law Continuation ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Cap. Court of Appeal 2. High Court 3. Fundamental Rights (Practice and Procedure) 4. Summary Jurisdiction (Appeals) 5. Summary Jurisdiction (Magistrates) 6. Public Service Appellate. Nassau William Senior, Poor Law Commissioners’ Report of Copy of the Report made in by the Commissioners for Inquiring into the Administration and Practical Operation of the Poor Laws. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty (London: Printed for H.M. Stationery Off. by Darling and Son, ).


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Maintenance and desertion under the Poor Law and under the Summary Jurisdiction (separation and maintenance) Acts, 1895 to 1925 by Herbert Davey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Herbert Davey, Maintenance and Desertion under the Poor Law and under the Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, (London: Law and Local Government Publications, ), pp. Author: Marjorie Levine-Clark. jurisdiction of the court in matters of maintenance. All the four cases on national assistance came before the Divisional Court as cases stated from justices, to whom the National Assistance Board had applied by complaint for an order against the husband under section 48 of the Act ofwhich, it will.

The Matrimonial Causes Act78 adopting the pattern which had in essence been in existence for some three centuries under the Poor Law, provided that a maintenance order was to be enforced in the same way as an affiliation order made against a putative father: if a man failed to pay within a fortnight of being notified of the outstanding arrears he would be either arrested on warrant or issued.

The only purpose of the Bill is to simplify and fortify the law under which magistrates may make orders for separation in matrimonial quarrels, and for the maintenance of the wife.

Secondly, I want to make it clear that if any part of the property in the house belongs to the wife she can take it away without any special order. Maintenance refers to payments which a husband is under an obligation to make to a wife either during the subsistence of the marriage or upon separation or divorce.

This liability of the husband flows from the bond of marriage. A wife is entitled to claim maintenance under the Hindu personal laws as well as Code of Criminal Procedure, POOR LAW POOR LAW AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE RELIEF OF THE POOR.

Ordinance Nos, 30 of 11 of 3 of [1st January, ] Short title. This Ordinance may be cited as the Poor Law Ordinance.

PART I PRELIMINARY Powers under Ordinance to. Full text of "The Summary Jurisdiction Acts, Regulating the Duties of Justices of the Peace with See other formats. The Poor Law Amendment Act The old Poor Law was finished and this new system took over, but not always at once. Parishes were grouped together in Unions that were administered by the following authorities: The Poor Law Commissioners were in charge and the government paid for Union Workhouses to be built to house the poor; out File Size: KB.

The Position in Compared With The Principles of and the Poor Law Commissioners. In this issue about the position in compared with the principles ofthe book “English Poor Law Policy” [1] reads as follows: The proposals and recommendations of the Report of fall under five heads, though opinions may differ as to the relative weight intended to be given to each.

‘deserving poor’, principally children and the sick poor. State intervention was minimal, and strongly linked to the control and punishment of the ‘undeserving poor’. In the nineteenth century the establishment of the Poor Law continued the concern with poverty and social control, but within the context of a much larger institutional File Size: KB.

Poor Laws Summary and Conclusion. In this issue about poor laws, the book “English Poor Law Policy” [1] reads as follows: We may now attempt to sum up the position as it presents itself, after the deliverance of the Royal Commission, to the statesman and to the public opinion of There is first the chaos of authorities, the overlapping of functions and the duplication of services.

On the day after the armistice, Buckmaster moved the Second Reading of a Bill to allow divorce on the basis of five years’ desertion or separation under a court (p) order.

On that occasion the House of Lords refused to give his Bill a Second Reading; but in another Bill, based on the Royal Commission Majority Report The Poor Laws. From its beginnings in the fourteenth century, up to the inauguration of the National Health Service inthe evolution of England's poor laws is the story of one of the most significant and far-reaching strands of the nation's social policy and administration.

After years of complaint, a new Poor Law was introduced in The new Poor Law was meant to reduce the cost of looking after the poor and impose a system which would be the same all over the country. Under the new Poor Law, parishes were grouped into unions and each union had to build a workhouse if they did not already have Size: KB.

Summary jurisdiction. Summary jurisdiction, in the widest sense of the phrase, in English law includes the power asserted by courts of record to deal brevi manu with contempts of court without the intervention of a jury.

Probably the power was originally exercisable only when the fact was notorious, i.e. done in presence of the court. SUMMARY JURISDICTION LAW ( Revision) Law 10 of consolidated with Laws 6 of3 of3 of11 of26 of32 of and 22 of Revised under the authority of the Law Revision Law ( Revision). Originally enacted- Law 10 of rd September, Law 6 of th April, Law 3 of th February,  , ‘ The customary poor law of three Cambridgeshire manors ’, Cambridge Historical Journal 3 () –33; Clark, Elaine, ‘ Some aspects of social security in medieval England ’, Journal of Family History 7 () –20; and ‘ The custody of children in English manor courts ’, Law and History Review 3 () –Cited by: For many years, married women who needed protection used the Magistrates’ Courts, which had a (very restricted) jurisdiction to make orders in cases where wife and children needed financial support from the husband.

How should those orders be enforced. Was there any scope for social work intervention. The State provided support through the Poor Law and then, after World War II, through. A person alleged to be guilty of an offence may be tried either by courtmartial or a court of summary jurisdiction.

The English Poor Laws were a system of poor relief which existed in England and Wales that developed out of late-medieval and Tudor-era laws being codified in – The Poor Law system was in existence until the emergence of the modern welfare state after the Second World War. Full text of "Children under the poor law: their education, training and after-care; together with a criticism of the report of the Departmental committee on metropolitan poor law .constitutional law.

it handles questions about the limits of government power. military law. set of statutes that apply to those serving in the armed forces of the US and civilians who work for the military these laws are broken when acts such as showing disrespect or disobeying superior officers, desertion.towards her, and desertion.

Further grounds were added by the Licensing Act, (habitual drunkenness-drug-addiction being added in ), the Summary Jurisdiction Aet, (insistence on se2rual intereourse when suffering from venereal disease, eompelling submission to .