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The Court of Appeal dismissed the father’s appeal in relation to habitual residence and the mother’s cross-appeal in relation to repudiatory retention but allowed the father’s appeal in relation to the use of the court’s inherent jurisdiction.
Meta Title :Re I-L (Children) (1996 Hague Child Protection Convention: Inherent Jurisdiction)  EWCA Civ 1956
Meta Keywords :Jurisdiction – Wrongful retention – Habitual residence
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(Court of Appeal, Moylan, Peter Jackson and Arnold LJJ, 15 November 2019)
The Court of Appeal dismissed the father's appeal in relation to habitual residence and the mother's cross-appeal in relation to repudiatory retention but allowed the father's appeal in relation to the use of the court's inherent jurisdiction.
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