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Re A (Letter to a Young Person) [2017] EWFC 48
Date:1 AUG 2017
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Law Reporter

(Family Court, Peter Jackson J, 26 July 2017)

Private law children – Relocation – Contact – Wishes of young person

The father’s application to relocate with the 14-year-old was refused.


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IMPORTANT NOTICE
This judgment/letter was handed down after a hearing in private. It can be reported, provided that the family members are not identified. Failure to comply with the order may be a contempt of court.
Case No. MA17P00163

Neutral Citation Number: [2017] EWFC 48
IN THE FAMILY COURT

26 July 2017
Before:

THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE PETER JACKSON

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Between:

A Father
Applicant

-and-

 A Mother and Stepfather

-and-

A Young Person
Respondents

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The Father represented himself
The Mother and Stepfather represented themselves
The Young Person was represented by his solicitor

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Re A : Letter to a Young Person

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JUDGMENT


Judgment: 
Re A (Letter to a Young Person) [2017] EWFC 48.rtf
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