RE N (CHILDREN) (2016)

The court considered the proper approach to determining applications to transfer care proceedings to foreign courts under Regulation 2201/2003 art.15. The issues of whether a court was "better placed" to hear proceedings and whether transfer was in the "best interests" of the child were separate questions which had to be addressed separately. If a foreign … Continue reading RE N (CHILDREN) (2016)

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QS v RS (2015)

The High Court could exercise its inherent jurisdiction in proceedings concerning the custody of a child, who had been adopted in Nepal and was a British national resident in Dubai. The English court was the sole court which could remedy the non-recognisability of adoption at all under UAE law, and the fact that the Nepalese … Continue reading QS v RS (2015)