Re G-E (Children) (Hague Convention 1980: Repudiatory Retention & Habitual Residence) (2019)

[2019] EWCA Civ 283



Christopher Hames KC
Mark Jarman KC
Charlotte Baker


Court of Appeal

Practice Areas

International Children Law

A judge had given the weight she had been entitled to give to various evidential elements when determining that a mother had not removed her children from Australia with the intention of living in England, and that her wrongful retention of the children in England had not begun until after the children had become habitually resident in England.

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