Family Law Hub

August 2013 Children Cases Update

Six questions, worth an hour of CPD, on the cases of HB v PB [2013] EWHC 1956 (Fam); DL v EL [2013] EWCA Civ 865 and K v D [2013] EWHC 796 (Fam)

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CPD course, published: 03/09/2013


See also

  • Application by the Father for a wasted costs order against the Local Authority which had been directed by the Court to prepare a report in the proceedings pursuant to section 37 of the Children Act 1989. Judgment, 11/07/2013, free
  • The issue for consideration in this appeal are what remedies are available to the parent whose child is removed from the country of habitual residence pursuant to a return order made on a successful application under the 1980 Hague Abduction Convention which is subsequently set aside by an appellate court. Judgment, 24/07/2013, free
  • Application to strike out the F's committal application issued against members of the M's family who had given undertakings that they would assist in the search for the child who had been abducted by the M. Judgment, 18/07/2013, free

Published: 03/09/2013


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