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C v C [2019] UKPC 40

Nov 14, 2019, 13:27 PM
Child maintenance and support – Declaration of paternity – Periodical payments.
The Privy Council dismissed the appellant’s appeal, holding that the Court of Appeal had been right to recognise that the Latvian declaration established the appellant’s paternity.
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(Privy Council, Hale, Wilson, Hodge, Kitchin, Sales LJJ, 31 October 2019)

Child maintenance and support – Declaration of paternity – Periodical payments.

The Privy Council dismissed the appellant’s appeal, holding that the Court of Appeal had been right to recognise that the Latvian declaration established the appellant’s paternity.


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THE BOARD ORDERED that no one shall publish or reveal the name or address of the child who is the subject of these proceedings or publish or reveal any information which would be likely to lead to the identification of the child or any member of his family in connection with these proceedings.

Michaelmas Term
[2019] UKPC 40
Privy Council Appeal No 0084 of 2016

 

JUDGMENT

C (Appellant) v C (Respondent) (Jersey)

From the Court of Appeal of Jersey

before

Lady Hale
Lord Wilson
Lord Hodge
Lord Kitchin
Lord Sales

JUDGMENT GIVEN ON

31 October 2019

Heard on 20 February 2019

 

Judgment: C v C [2019] UKPC 40

 

 

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