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N (Hague Convention: Habitual Residence) [2017] EWHC 63 (Fam)

In a tweet: Unsuccessful application by M for return of child to Canada

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Case note, published: 02/02/2017


See also

  • Mother's application under the 1980 Hague Convention for the return of the child to Canada, from where it was alleged the child has been wrongfully retained. The court ruled that the child was not habitually resident in Canada immediately before or at the time of the alleged wrongful retention but was habitually resident in England. In light of this finding the mother's claim failed. Judgment, 24/01/2017, free

Published: 02/02/2017


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