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Re S (A Child) (Article 16 and 18 BIIA and Article 19 EU Service Regulation) [2017] EWHC 3768 (Fam)
Date:23 MAY 2018
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(Family Division, Williams J, 18 October 2017)

Jurisdiction – BIIA – Habitual residence – Child removed to Spain – EU Service Regulation

 The judge concluded that the court had jurisdiction pursuant to Arts 8 and 10 of BIIA based upon the child’s habitual residence, that the Spanish court should have stayed its proceedings, that the child had been wrongfully retained in Spain and that the child should have interim contact with the father pending a final hearing.


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No. FD17P00478
Neutral Citation Number: [2017] EWHC 3768 (Fam)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
FAMILY DIVISION

Royal Courts of Justice
Wednesday, 18th October 2017


Before:

MR JUSTICE WILLIAMS
(In Private)

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Re S (a child)


(Article 16 and 18 BIIa and Article 19 EU Service Regulation)

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MR ALISTAIR G PERKINS appeared on behalf of the Applicant. (Instructed by Crosse & Crosse)

THE RESPONDENT did not attend and was not represented.

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