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International Movement of Children: Law, Practice and Procedure 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781846612466
Previous Edition ISBN: 0853087253
Published: December 2016
Publisher: Family Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £125.00



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This fully updated title deals with both lawful movement and abduction of children into and out of the UK, including coverage of the criminal law, international adoption and surrogacy.

It contains information and case-law from important overseas jurisdictions to enable practitioners to advise parents of abducted children on the likely responses of foreign courts.

Also included are relevant source materials and precedents as well as full details of central authorities and other relevant agencies both in the UK and abroad.

Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Introduction and summary of the major international instruments involved when dealing with cross-border issues concerning children
Jurisdiction and applicable law
The Revised Brussels II Regulation: Introduction, background, scope and interpretation
Jurisdiction in matters of maternal responsibility governed by the Revised Brussels II Regulation
Jurisdiction and the applicable law in cases governed by the Hague Protection Convention
Jurisdiction under the Family Law Act 1986
The application of wardship and the inherent jurisdiction of the high court
Recognition and enforcement of judgements under the Revised Brussels II Regulation
Recognition and enforcement of judgements under the Hague Protection Convention
Recognition and enforcement of judgements under the European Custody Convention
Recognition and enforcement of orders under the Family Law Act 1986
International Child Custody Jurisdiction in the United States
International relocation of children
Placing children abroad - the Application of Article 56 of the Revised Brussels II Regulation and Article 33 of the Hague Protection Convention
Preventing child abduction
Tracing an abducted child
The Hague Abduction Convention: Introduction and history
The Hague Abduction Convention: Central authorities
The Hague Abduction Convention: Convention concepts
The Hague Abduction Convention: Declaratory relief
The Hague Abduction Convention: The obligation to return a child
The Hague Abduction Convention: Exceptions to the obligation to return a child - the Article 12 Exception
The Hague Abduction Convention: Exceptions to the obligation to return a child - the Article 13(a) Exceptions
The Hague Abduction Convention: Exceptions to the obligation to return a child - the Article 13(b) Exception
The Hague Abduction Convention: Exceptions to the obligation to return a child - the Child's Objection Exception
The Hague Abduction Convention: Exceptions to the obligation to return a child - the Article 20 Exception Enforcement 
The application of the Revised Brussels II Regulation to international child abduction
The application of the Hague Protection Convention to international child abduction
Recovering children brought to England and Wales from a Non-Convention country
Recovering children taken from England and Wales to a Non-Convention country
The role of Children in abduction proceedings
International abduction - Practice and procedure in England and Wales
International access
International aspects of adoption
International aspects of surrogacy