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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Hague Conference Guides Part IV - Enforcement


ISBN13: 9781846612411
Published: June 2010
Publisher: Family Law LexisNexis
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, A4
Price: £33.99



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This guide intends to assist Contracting States in implementing an efficient system to enforce Hague return orders in the best interests of the children concerned.

The existing three volumes constitute the official Hague Conference Guide to Good Practice in dealing with international child abduction cases under the 1980 Hague Convention.

Part IV of the guide is more technical and detailed in its approach to the subject-matter than previous Parts reflecting the complexity and diversity of the approaches adopted by States to the issue of enforcement. It is intended to assist Contracting States in implementing an efficient system to enforce Hague return orders in the best interests of the children concerned.

Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
- Background work of the Hague Conference on the enforcement of return orders made under the 1980 Hague
Convention
- Overview of factors which may delay enforcement
- Terminology
THE GUIDE
- Measures available in the requested State, their content and the conditions for their application
- Legal challenges available against return orders or against their enforcement
- Effect of legal challenges on the enforceability of return orders
- The enforcement procedure (including the return order to be enforced and the aims of enforcement) and the
actors involved
- Promoting voluntary compliance
- The child
- Co-operation among courts, authorities and other actors within the State where a return order is made
- Cross-border co-operation to ensure safe return
- Training and education
ANNEX 1.