Guidance

Children Act 1989: how to serve court forms (CB3)

What to do with the forms you’ll receive after you’ve made specific applications under the Act.

Documents

Serving the forms - Children Act 1989

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Cyflwyno'r ffurflenni - Deddf Plant 1989

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Details

The guide explains what to do with the forms the court will give you after you’ve submitted forms C1, C2 and C79.

‘Serving’ means sending or giving relevant paperwork about court proceedings to people involved in a case.

Find out more about making child arrangements.

Published 1 April 2014