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  • In a tweet: A non-parent without rights granted by a court or by someone with parental rights can use Article 21 of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction 19801980 Hague Convention to gain rights of access Case note, 26/10/2018, members only
  • In a tweet: Successful appeal against a refusal to set aside an order requiring her children to be returned to England Case note, 06/08/2018, members only
  • In a tweet: CoA overturn an earlier decision that W had a domicile of choice in England Case note, 06/08/2018, members only
  • In a tweet: English proceedings were stayed in preference to Switzerland, which was the more appropriate forum Case note, 06/08/2018, members only
  • In a tweet: Test in Re A (children) [2013] UKSC 60 was used to assess whether the parties were habitually resident in England Case note, 06/08/2018, members only

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