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X v Y (Child Arrangements Order) [2019] EWHC 2872 (Fam)

The father applied for permission to appeal and for a stay with regards to an interim Child Arrangements Order made in order to permit the mother to take the child on a European holiday. Theis J found that there were grounds for permission to appeal, as a live with order made had not been not before the court as an issue to be determined. But there was minimal risk of the child not returning to this jurisdiction, and the jurisdiction which they were visiting had effective procedures in place that would swiftly ensure the child's return if required, which Theis J considered unlikely.

Judgment, published: 02/12/2019


Published: 02/12/2019


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