Re R (Abduction: Hague and European Conventions)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal (Civil Division)
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5 cases
  • The Child Abduction and Enforcement of Custody Orders Act 1991 and the Luxembourg Convention and NO'C and AO'C minors: RW v CC
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • Invalid date
  • R.W v C.C (Child Abduction: Recognition)
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 26 March 2004
    ...(European Convention) [1994] 1 F.L.R. 551. R.J. v. M.R. [1994] 1 I.R. 271. Re R. (Abduction: Hague and European Conventions) [1997] 1 F.L.R. 663. T. v. R. (Abduction: Forum Conveniens) [2002] 2 F.L.R. 544. Family law - Child abduction - Luxembourg Convention - Defence - Onus of proof - Mani......
  • W v W
    • United Kingdom
    • Family Division
    • 4 March 2010
    ...sought to persuade me that these children are too young for their views to be considered. He invited my attention to Re R (Abduction: Hague and European Conventions) [1997] 1 FLR 663 in which Hale J (as she then was), asking herself whether the child (A) with whom she was concerned, who was......
  • W (R) v C (C)
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 26 March 2004
    ...the proper approach to a defence of change of circumstances under article 10(1)(b) in re R (abduction: Hague/European Convention) [1997] 1 F.L.R 663. At p. 678 Ward L.J. stated:- "The essential task under article 10(1)(b) is therefore to establish what the circumstances were at the time of ......
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