Book Chapter

Habitual Residence in Child Abduction Cases: The Hybrid Approach Is Now the Norm but How Much Weight Should Be Given to Parental Intention?

Details

Citation

Beaumont P & Holliday J (2021) Habitual Residence in Child Abduction Cases: The Hybrid Approach Is Now the Norm but How Much Weight Should Be Given to Parental Intention?. In: Pfeiffer M, Brodec J, Bříza P & Zavadilová M (eds.) Liber Amicorum Monika Pauknerova. Prague: Wolters Kluwer, pp. 27-36. https://obchod.wolterskluwer.cz/cz/liber-amicorum-monika-pauknerova.p6389.html

Abstract
Impact of earlier research on a US Supreme Court case and analysis of how 'habitual residence' should be interpreted in the Hague Child Abduction Convention 1980 particularly for newborns and children who are the subject of a family agreement.

Keywords
Private International Law; child abduction; habitual residence

StatusPublished
Publication date31/12/2021
Publication date online31/10/2021
PublisherWolters Kluwer
Publisher URLhttps://obchod.wolterskluwer.cz/…erova.p6389.html
Place of publicationPrague

People (2)

People

Professor Paul Beaumont
Professor Paul Beaumont

Professor of Private International Law, Law

Dr Jayne Holliday
Dr Jayne Holliday

Lecturer in Private International Law, Law