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Re B (A Child) (Habitual Residence: Inherent Jurisdiction) [2016] UKSC 4

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The Supreme Court allows the appeal in Re B (A Child) (Habitual Residence: Inherent Jurisdiction) [2016] UKSC 4 on the Appellant’s application under the 1989 Act by a majority of 3:2 on the basis that B remained habitually resident in England on 13 February 2014.
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Date : Feb 3, 2016, 04:34 AM
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[The judgment and accompanying headnote has now published in Family Law Reports [2016] 1 FLR 561]

Hilary Term
[2016] UKSC 4
On appeal from: [2015] EWCA Civ 886


In the matter of B (A child)

Lady Hale, Deputy President
Lord Clarke
Lord Wilson
Lord Sumption
Lord Toulson


3 February 2016

Heard on 8 and 9 December 2015

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