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Re Rodwell [2016] EWHC 1731 (Fam)

In a tweet: Order requiring solicitor contacted by absentee mother to attend court for consideration of disclosure of information about mother's whereabouts

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Case note, published: 21/09/2016


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  • Order requiring the firm of solicitors who were contacted by a solicitor on behalf of the mother to attend before the High Court so that, after hearing proper representations from them, the court could consider and rule upon the extent, if any, to which they should be required to disclose information relating to the whereabouts of two children. The court did not summon the grandparents to court to give information relating to their whereabouts because the court did not have jurisdiction, the children not living in or being habitually resident in the UK. Judgment, 14/07/2016, free

Published: 21/09/2016


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