JP v TP

Minor – Abduction. Neither of the defences relied on by the father had been established. Accordingly, the Family Division allowed the mother's application, under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction 1980, for the child to be returned to New Zealand, in circumstances where the child had travelled to the UK to spend time with the father, but had not been returned to New Zealand, where he had been living with the mother.

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