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ABDUCTION: BT v JRT [2008] EWHC 1169 (Fam)
Date:22 MAY 2008

(Family Division; Sir Christopher Sumner; 22 May 2008)

Consent and acquiescence could be conditional, provided the terms were clear, readily determined and not obtained by fraud, misunderstanding or deceit, and were intended by both parties to be binding on each other.