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Date:14 JAN 2008

14/01/2008 - This guidance, issued by the President of the Family Division, supersedes the guidance issued in June 2003. It sets out the courts in which intercountry adoption proceedings must be commenced and which judges are approved to hear these proceedings. This guidance shall apply whenever an application for, or in connection with, an intercountry adoption order is made.