family law right of residence

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  • Mc D. -v- L. & Anor, [2008] IEHC 96 (2008)

    ...seeks an order for a right of access to D. The Parties. A. is a single gay man aged 41. ...When she was a year old she moved with her family to England where she was raised. She attended Leeds University ...Furthermore, in Re: W (Residence) [1999] 2 F.L.R. 390 cited by the respondents, the Court of ...

  • Mc D. -v- L. & Anor, [2008] IEHC 96 (2008)

    ...seeks an order for a right of access to D. The Parties. A. is a single gay man aged 41. ...When she was a year old she moved with her family to England where she was raised. She attended Leeds University ...Furthermore, in Re: W (Residence) [1999] 2 F.L.R. 390 cited by the respondents, the Court of ...

  • G. v G., [2011] IESC 40 (2011)

    ...3. At the start of the marriage, the parties took up residence in a house inherited by the appellant from his aunt and uncle. ... Act 1957 or the 1976 Act or the Judicial Separation and Family Law Reform Act 1989 or the Family Law Act 1995 or otherwise or ...(l) the rights of any person other than the spouses but including a person to ...

  • Dimbo -v- Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform, [2008] IESC 26 (2008)

    ... alia, in this scheme the Constitutional and Convention rights of applicants were required to be considered in accordance with ... in the case relates to the requirement of continuous residence under the IBC 05 Scheme, which issue was considered also in the ... agrees to deport the parent that she will preserve the family unit by taking the child with her thereby preserving the child's ...

  • Dimbo -v- Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform, [2008] IESC 26 (2008)

    ... alia, in this scheme the Constitutional and Convention rights of applicants were required to be considered in accordance with ... in the case relates to the requirement of continuous residence under the IBC 05 Scheme, which issue was considered also in the ... agrees to deport the parent that she will preserve the family unit by taking the child with her thereby preserving the child's ...

  • S. & Ors -v- MJELR, [2007] IEHC 398 (2007)

    ...The respondent has failed to protect and vindicate the right to family life and privacy of the applicants in making the ... of naturalisation and (b) a refusal to permit residence in the country because it seems to me that the Minister was ...

  • S. & Ors -v- MJELR, [2007] IEHC 398 (2007)

    ...The respondent has failed to protect and vindicate the right to family life and privacy of the applicants in making the ... of naturalisation and (b) a refusal to permit residence in the country because it seems to me that the Minister was ...

  • Foyle Health and Social Services Trust v E.C & Anor, [2006] IEHC 448 (2006)

    THE HIGH COURT[2006/8 HLC]FAMILY LAW. IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND ENFORCEMENT OF ...She alleges that the habitual residence of the child is within this jurisdiction. She refers to the ... courts of Northern Ireland would breach the constitutional rights of her family, those of S. and S.'s siblings. She also alleges ...

  • S.K. & Anor -v- Minister for Justice Equality & Law Reform & Ors, [2007] IEHC 216 (2007)

    ...The first named applicant claims that he has a right of residency in this jurisdiction, being married to an EU citizen ... the rights of citizens of the European Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the ... of a Member State, shall, irrespective of his place of residence, have the right to take up an activity as an employed person and ...

  • T -v- T, [2002] IESC 68 (2002)

    JUDGMENT BY: Denham J. THE SUPREME COURT. FAMILY LAW. Keane C.J. Denham J. Murphy J. Appeal No. 031/2002. Murray ... departure from the family home the applicant took up residence in another one of his properties. There is no reasonable prospect ...5. that the respondent do have the right to occupy for life the family home situate at . . . to the ...

  • D. -v- D., [2008] IEHC 176 (2008)

    THE HIGH COURT . FAMILY LAWRECORD NO. 2007 43 HLC. IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION ... of these proceedings from the place of his habitual residence and into the jurisdiction of the courts of Ireland within the ... the Poznan Court dated 28th March, 2002, the respondent's rights in respect of the child were restricted on an interim basis. On ...

  • D. -v- D., [2008] IEHC 176 (2008)

    THE HIGH COURT . FAMILY LAWRECORD NO. 2007 43 HLC. IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION ... of these proceedings from the place of his habitual residence and into the jurisdiction of the courts of Ireland within the ... the Poznan Court dated 28th March, 2002, the respondent's rights in respect of the child were restricted on an interim basis. On ...

  • L. -v- C., [2007] IEHC 440 (2007)

    THE HIGH COURT. FAMILY LAW[2007 No. 11 HLC]IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND THE ...(a) The applicant did not hold or exercise "rights of custody in respect of C. on 30th October, 2005. (b) The ...(d) That C. has acquired a habitual residence in Ireland is well settled here and that the proceedings were not ...

  • L. -v- C., [2007] IEHC 440 (2007)

    THE HIGH COURT. FAMILY LAW[2007 No. 11 HLC]IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND THE ...(a) The applicant did not hold or exercise "rights of custody in respect of C. on 30th October, 2005. (b) The ...(d) That C. has acquired a habitual residence in Ireland is well settled here and that the proceedings were not ...

  • McD. -v- L. & anor, [2009] IESC 81 (2009)

    ... GUARDIANSHIP OF INFANTS ACT, 1964 AND IN THE MATTER OF THE FAMILY LAW ACT, 1995. AND IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND ...1. This appeal concerns the rights of the biological father of a male child (hereinafter "the ...He brought a video camera to the residence and filmed the child. He involved members of his own family, whom ...

  • N. & Anor -v- MJELR, [2008] IEHC 107 (2008)

    ..., AND IN THE MATTER OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003 SECTION 3(1) BETWEEN EDE. EM., OS. EM. (A MINOR SUING BY ... that they feared persecution in Nigeria because the family of Ms. N. wanted her to be the head of an occult shrine and to ... have regard to the age of the person; the duration of residence in the State of the person; the family and domestic circumstances ...

  • N. & Anor -v- MJELR, [2008] IEHC 107 (2008)

    ..., AND IN THE MATTER OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003 SECTION 3(1) BETWEEN EDE. EM., OS. EM. (A MINOR SUING BY ... that they feared persecution in Nigeria because the family of Ms. N. wanted her to be the head of an occult shrine and to ... have regard to the age of the person; the duration of residence in the State of the person; the family and domestic circumstances ...

  • Bode (A Minor) -v- Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform & Ors, [2007] IESC 62 (2007)

    ...The Human Rights Commission and the Attorney GeneralNotice Parties . Judgment ...(d) If a parent was not part of the same family unit as the child, or not taking a role in the upbringing of the ...Reasons for RefusalCases. Continuous residence not proven566. No identity proven104. Granted refugee status94. ...

  • Izmailovic & Anor -v- Commissioner of an Garda Siochana & Ors, [2011] IEHC 32 (2011)

    ... an overlap of aspects of European law, constitutional law, family law, immigration law and the law of arrest. 2. The first ... being entered only for the purpose of obtaining EU treaty rights is one which has exercised government and one which our Minister ... EU Treaty rights and more particularly the rights of residence conferred by Directive 2004/38/EC. Certainly, it has not been ...

  • Pullen & Ors -v- Dublin City Council, [2008] IEHC 379 (2008)

    ... MATTER OF SECTION 3(1) OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003. BETWEEN . LAURENCE PULLEN, CAROL PULLEN, EMMA LOUISE ..., infringes their right to respect for their private and family life and to their home, in breach of the guarantee of these ... by their neighbours from the time they took up residence in their home at Cloncarthy Road, Dublin. It is undoubtedly the ...

  • Pullen & Ors -v- Dublin City Council, [2008] IEHC 379 (2008)

    ... MATTER OF SECTION 3(1) OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003. BETWEEN . LAURENCE PULLEN, CAROL PULLEN, EMMA LOUISE ..., infringes their right to respect for their private and family life and to their home, in breach of the guarantee of these ... by their neighbours from the time they took up residence in their home at Cloncarthy Road, Dublin. It is undoubtedly the ...

  • S. -v- S., [2009] IEHC 345 (2009)

    ... to or retained in any Contracting State; b) to ensure that rights of custody and access under the law of one Contracting State are ...The issues of "habitual residence" and consent to removal and retention lie at the heart of this ...She felt the lack of access to family support in Ireland. The respondent's family had only been able to ...

  • Ayavoro -v- H. S. E. & Anor, [2009] IEHC 66 (2009)

    ...AND THE MINISTER FOR SOCIAL AND FAMILY AFFAIRSRESPONDENTS. JUDGMENT of O'Neill J. delivered the 6th day ... the actions of both respondents breached the applicant's rights under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights ..., it is not an issue whether I satisfy the habitual residence requirement. In addition, your investigation must have revealed ...

  • Ayavoro -v- H. S. E. & Anor, [2009] IEHC 66 (2009)

    ...AND THE MINISTER FOR SOCIAL AND FAMILY AFFAIRSRESPONDENTS. JUDGMENT of O'Neill J. delivered the 6th day ... the actions of both respondents breached the applicant's rights under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights ..., it is not an issue whether I satisfy the habitual residence requirement. In addition, your investigation must have revealed ...

  • Ezeani & anor v MJLR, [2011] IESC 23 (2011)

    ...3. the Minister infringed the constitutional rights of the appellants and in particular wrongly required them to ...(vi) Enquiries with the Department of Social and Family Affairs have revealed that Ms Elizabeth Allen has made a number ... which he had managed to assemble tending to prove his residence at 30 Silverdale Estate. He demanded a decision without further ...