De Andrade v De Andrade

Minor – Abduction. In proceedings concerning an application under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, the Family Court held that, as the mother had agreed, the children concerned had to return to Portugal not later than a specified date and any further proceedings in relation to them were to take place there. However, if, in the meantime, the parents were able to reach an agreement as to contact, then the father would not seek to implement or enforce that order.

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