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Re I (A Child) [2009] UKSC 10

Judgment, published: 01/12/2009

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  • Appeal by father against an order declaring that the children were habitually resident in Canada and that the court had no jurisdiction to determine the application by the children's father for a child arrangements order and prohibited steps order under the Children Act 1989 as amended, and further discharged an earlier prohibited steps order under which the mother had been prohibited from removing the children from England and Wales. Appeal dismissed. Judgment, 09/03/2018, free
  • The court ruled that it did have jurisdiction in relation to proceedings issued by the mother under the inherent jurisdiction concerning two children where the mother alleged that the father had removed their passports thus preventing them from returning to the UK from the UAE. Judgment, 16/08/2017, free
  • Father's application to enforce a contact order in circumstances where the order stated that the children should remain habitually resident in the UK despite living in Spain with their mother. The court ruled that the order was not enforceable. Judgment, 09/07/2015, free
  • Case note, 01/12/2009, members only

Published: 01/12/2009

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