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ETS and BT (A Child) [2009] EWCA Civ 20

Judgment, published: 26/07/2009

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  • When considering whether to make a shared residence order where the child spent three days each week with the father, the judge had been entitled to find that the mother remained the primary carer and had not fallen into the error of identifying the interests of the mother with those of the child when considering the effect on the child of the mother's relocation. Judgment, 24/07/2012, free
  • Judgment, 31/07/2012, free

Published: 26/07/2009


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