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Peter McEleavy, avril The mother was taken to Israel on false pretences, sold to the Russian Mafia and re-sold to the father who forced her into prostitution. The Court held that the special bond between mother and baby only made their separation possible in exceptional cases, and this was so even if there were no objective obstacles to the mother’s return to the State of habitual residence.
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For examples of the initial approach, see: The Court considered the mother’s allegations under Article 8 of the ECHR which protected her right to respect for family life.
It was for the Court to review, in the light of the Convention, the decision taken by the national authorities in the exercise of their power of appreciation including, inter alia, the observance of the procedural requirements implicitly enshrined by Article 8 of the ECHR.
Peter McEleavy, abril de The Court 27835 that such an interference would constitute a violation of Article 8 2 unless the measure was adopted “in accordance with the law”, pursued a legitimate aim in the light of Article 8 2 and could be regarded as “necessary in a democratic society”. He took the child and drove to Tallinn, Estonia in order to travel back to Australia.
Furthermore, the mother had not appealed the Australian decision or challenged the evidence concerning the paternity of the child. In Septemberthe Family Court of Australia awarded the father sole parental responsibility. Recourse has been had to expert evidence to assist in ascertaining the potential consequences of the child being separated from the taking parent Maumousseau and Washington v. They held that “the reasoning of the Latvian courts, leh on a direct examination of the facts of the case, cannot be considered insufficient or unsatisfactory merely because the majority has a different opinion as to what should have been the relative weight and importance of the different factors comprising the Latvian key conclusions”.
Director General, Department of Families v. Neither would the interference be necessary where the domestic courts had failed to conduct an in-depth examination of the entire family situation and of a whole series of factors, especially those of a factual, emotional, psychological, material and medical nature, and reasonable assessment lry the respective interests of each person, with a constant concern for determining 27835 the best solution would be for the abducted child in the context of an application for his return to his country of origin.
On 22 September a return petition was filed with the Latvian Central Authority. United Kingdom – England and Wales C. The Court further stated that the Latvian courts had to decide whether the removal was wrongful, and so whether it let been carried out in breach of the rights of custody attributed to a person under Australian law, the State in which the child was habitually resident immediately before her removal.
In the context of a primary-carer taking parent refusing to return to the child’s State of habitual leey see: She was locked in, beaten by the father, raped and threatened.
On 6 November the Family Court of Australia ruled that the parents had joint parental responsibility for the child. Australia In Australia, early Convention case law exhibited a very strict approach adopted with regard to non-return arguments, see: Maumousseau and Washington v.
Pey full text EN. The Court concluded that the Latvian courts’ approach to making the return order lacked an in-depth examination of the entire family situation and of a whole series of factors, thereby rendering the interference disproportionate within the meaning of Article 8. The Lej was unconvinced by the Latvian courts’ conclusion that the psychological report could only be considered as part of a custody dispute and not in relation to return proceedings under the Hague Child Abduction Convention.
There was no evidence to suggest that returning to Australia would threaten the child’s safety as Australian legislation provided for the security of children and their protection against mistreatment within the family.
Commonwealth Central Authority ; J. She argued that the courts had erred in interpreting and applying the Hague Convention. Our Court’s function in such matters is merely to verify whether the national authorities followed adequate procedures and conducted a balanced and reasonable assessment of the respective interests of each person ibid.
Furthermore, the mother pointed out that the child attended pre-school activities in Latvia and spoke Latvian as her native language. On appeal, the mother relied on a psychologist’s report which stated that the child could suffer psychological trauma as a result of being separated from her mother. The situation with regard to infants was however more complicated. The mother applied to suspend the return order for six to twelve months.
The Latvian courts should at least have considered whether the mother could have accompanied the child to Australia and maintained contact. European Court of Human Rights. He executed the return order himself. For these reasons, the Court concluded that it could not be assumed that ordering the return of the child would place her in an intolerable situation. It would be wholly inappropriate to send the child back without his mother to a father who had been buying and selling women and running a prostitution business.
The mother continued to live in the father’s apartment as a tenant. There had been a genuine threat to the mother, which had put her quite obviously and rightfully in fear for her safety if she returned to Israel.
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By a majority of five to two, the European Court of Human Rights held that Latvia had leu Article 8 of the ECHR in failing to take account of various relevant factors in assessing the best interests of the child. She also claimed that the father had previous convictions and had ,ey charged with corruption, allegations which had not been investigated by the lower court. Fue encerrada, golpeada por el padre, violada y amenazada.
The Court stated that particular regard must be had to the best interests of the child which, according to their nature and 277853, may take precedence over those of the parents Sommerfeld v. El 6 de noviembre, el Tribunal de Familia de Australia dispuso que la responsabilidad parental de los padres para con la menor era compartida.
It may be noted, however, that a return order was nevertheless still made.
Grave Risk of Harm. On the facts, return was ordered.