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A reminder (from abroad) on the importance of complying with court orders

Date:30 JAN 2019
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Senior Paralegal

Emma Nash and Sarah Basso, of the International Family Law Group, discuss how in Senna & Aldenberg & Anor [2018] FCCA 2711, a mother of two and her own mother (the grandmother) were imprisoned following their failure to comply with Orders of a Family Law Court in Australia, and whether a similar approach could be taken by an English Family Court. If so, for failure to comply with comparable orders, the decision serves as a reminder of the importance of complying with court orders and the likely response of the court if an order is seriously breached.  

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