Ralph Marnham writes for the Lexis Nexis Family Law Blog, reviewing G v G.
24th May 2021
In G v G  UKSC 9, the Supreme Court determined that a child in 1980 Hague Convention proceedings who could objectively be understood to be an applicant for asylum could not be returned to the country from which they sought refuge before the final determination of the asylum claim. Ralph Marnham considers the issues.
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