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Publication alert: International Family Law Journal 2018, Issue 3

Sep 29, 2018, 22:10 PM
International Family Law Journal 2018, Issue 3
Issue 3 of International Family Law Journal 2018 is published.
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Issue 3 of International Family Law Journal 2018 is published. Articles include:

  • Grounds for refusal of Art 13 of the 1980 Hague Convention – return and best interests of the child Peter Diggelmann

  • Medical treatment of adults and minors in need of special protection Dr Peter Günter

  • Article 13 exceptions – return and best interests of the child Marie-Therese Rainer

  • Descent / Surrogacy Prof Dr Rolf Wagner

  • The use and evolution of mediation in child abduction cases in Europe, and England and Wales Thomas Brownrigg and Simon Blain

  • Assisted reproduction (after death) in New Zealand Paul von Dadelszen

  • India’s ‘Bindal’ Committee promotes international child abduction Jeremy D Morley

  • The new Canadian test for habitual residence in the Hague Convention Steven Bookman

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