Family court president Sir Nicholas Wall to step down

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  • One of Nicholas Wall’s worst legacies is his still unexplained U-turn on the issue of Payne v Payne:
    http://news.realfathersforjustice.org/index.php?itemid=537

    Bruno D’Itri

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  • Another one of his failings is his involvement in the Musa case.

    How he sleeps at night will always perplex me!

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  • Perhaps this would have been the moment to express sympathy for his illness, rather than berate him for what you see as his judicial failings.

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  • SIR NICHOLAS WALL HAS AND REMAINS A REFORMING JUDGE AND A NICE HUMAN BEING, I WISH HIM WELL WITH HIS HEALTH PROBLEMS

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  • I would prefer to express sympathy for his victims. Hundreds of children were separated from their parents due to Wall's procrastination and eventual U-turn on Relocation law (http://news.realfathersforjustice.org/index.php?itemid=537).
    Relocation law was eventually reformed due to the persistence of campaigners, leaving Wall out in the cold.

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  • The comments section of the following link sheds light on the confused and contradictory thinking of Nicholas Wall.
    http://www.mckenziefriend.com/2010/04/27/your-numbers-up-payne-v-payne-time-for-change/
    Bruno D'Itri

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