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15 Jul 2005

This is one that really astounds me. The grandparents have been told they are liable for maintenance because of there sons actions. How can this possibly be ethical. In the same words the law is saying if the son commits a crime, or has defaulted in loan payments the grandparents are liable?. Once again the law in this country seems to favour the perpitrator!
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01 Jan 0001

Maybe the intention is to encourage parents who brought up teir son to be highly irresponsible and to neglect his duties, to take an active interest in persuading him to behave properly and keep to his obligations ?
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