- Can the court strike out or summarily dismiss Hague Convention applications?
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- What is the background to the case?
- What were the key issues before the court?
- How does this build on existing case law?
- What are the practical implications of this decision?
- Are there any unresolved issues in this area of law?
Family analysis: Do courts have the power to strike out or summarily dismiss applications under the Hague Convention and, if so, in what circumstances? Richard Harrison QC, of 1 King’s Bench Walk, examines the Family Division’s approach in the recent case of Re D (Children) (Child Abduction: Practice).
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