Franklin

MLA

Family Law Reform [h.l.] A Bill Intituled an Act to Amend the Law Relating to the Age of Majority, to Persons Who Have Not Attained That Age and to the Time When a Particular Age Is Attained; to Amend the Law Relating to the Property Rights of Illegitimate Children and of Other Persons Whose Relationship Is Traced Through an Illegitimate Link; to Make Provision for the Use of Blood Tests for the Purpose of Determining the Paternity of Any Person In Civil Proceedings; to Make Provision with Respect to the Evidence Required to Rebut a Presumption of Legitimacy and Illegitimacy; to Make Further Provision, In Connection with the Registration of the Birth of an Illegitimate Child, for Entering the Name of the Father; and for Connected Purposes. Cambridge [eng.]: Proquest LLC, 2007.

APA

(2007). Family law reform [H.L.] A bill intituled an act to amend the law relating to the age of majority, to persons who have not attained that age and to the time when a particular age is attained; to amend the law relating to the property rights of illegitimate children and of other persons whose relationship is traced through an illegitimate link; to make provision for the use of blood tests for the purpose of determining the paternity of any person in civil proceedings; to make provision with respect to the evidence required to rebut a presumption of legitimacy and illegitimacy; to make further provision, in connection with the registration of the birth of an illegitimate child, for entering the name of the father; and for connected purposes. Cambridge [eng.]: Proquest LLC.

Chicago

Family Law Reform [H.L.] A Bill Intituled an Act to Amend the Law Relating to the Age of Majority, to Persons Who Have Not Attained That Age and to the Time When a Particular Age Is Attained; to Amend the Law Relating to the Property Rights of Illegitimate Children and of Other Persons Whose Relationship Is Traced Through an Illegitimate Link; to Make Provision for the Use of Blood Tests for the Purpose of Determining the Paternity of Any Person In Civil Proceedings; to Make Provision with Respect to the Evidence Required to Rebut a Presumption of Legitimacy and Illegitimacy; to Make Further Provision, In Connection with the Registration of the Birth of an Illegitimate Child, for Entering the Name of the Father; and for Connected Purposes. Cambridge [eng.]: Proquest LLC, 2007.