Revised 22 April 2014
Residence Orders have been repealed following the Children and Families Act 2014; so what type of order can be granted by the court with respect to the resolution of residence disputes over children?
Section 8 of the Children Act 1989 outlined the purpose of a Residence Order. Formerly referred to as a Custody Order. Its purpose was to ascertain with whom and where a child should be living.
With the new Children and Families Act, Residence Orders have been replaced by Child Arrangement Orders. Please visit our Child Arrangements Orders article for more information.
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