C v S (Child Abduction: Hague Convention: Article 13)

Minor – Abduction. The present proceedings concerned an application by a father for the summary return of his son to Australia following the parents' separation. The Family Division, in allowing the application, held amongst other things that it was not possible to conclude that there was a strength, conviction and rationality that could be said to amount to an objection sufficient to satisfy the exception in art 13B of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction 1980.

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