By Philippe G. Ciarlet
This monograph offers the elemental theorems of differential geometry in three-d house, together with a radical insurance of floor idea. by way of a chain of conscientiously chosen and consultant mathematical versions this monograph additionally explains at size how those theorems are utilized in 3-dimensional elasticity and in shell concept. The presentation is largely selfcontained, with an outstanding emphasis on pedagogy. particularly, no "a priori" wisdom of differential geometry or of elasticity idea is believed, the single necessities are an affordable wisdom of easy research, practical research, and a few acquaintance with traditional and partial differential equations.
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Had it done so, the court could have formed a view as to disputed facts, the merits of the application and any risk of harm to the children. However, the fact that someone obtains leave does not imply any presumption in favour of that party at the final hearing. Respondents It is important for the applicant and the court to know who the respondents are. The applicant must serve all respondents with a copy of the application (and any supplement)-and, generally speaking, they have a right to attend hearings and to give evidence.
A welfare officer must do so if specifically required to. What directions appointments seek to achieve The FPC rules give a list of directions, but this is not exhaustive. Case law emphasises the need for courts to be proactive. In practice, directions appointments seek to deal with such items as: • what is in dispute • whether there is a chance of agreement including whether the case should be referred for mediation • who the parties are and whether any should be added (above) • appointment of a guardian ad litem or welfare officer This is often done when the application is received.
Only the local authority or NSPCC can apply for a CAO. The proceedings are 'on notice' (see Chapter 3) and the child will normally be represented by a guardian ad litem. Before it can grant a CAO, the court must be satisfied that: • the applicant has reasonable cause to suspect that the child is suffering, or is likely to suffer, significant harm • there is a need for an assessment of the state of the child's health or development, or the way in which he or she has been treated, to enable the applicant to determine whether the child is suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm (in effect, whether the threshold criteria for a care order are met); and 32 • it is unlikely that such an assessment will be made, or be satisfactory, in the absence of a CAO.