family law right of residence

337 results for family law right of residence

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  • T. -v- O., [2007] IEHC 326 (2007)

    ...FAMILY LAW[2007] 22 HLC IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ... jurisdiction to her parents place of residence in England. She did so without the knowledge, ... to the question depends in part on what rights, if any, an unmarried father has in respect of ...

  • Zaporojan -v- The Chief Superintendent of The Garda National Immigration Bureau & anor, [2018] IEHC 665 (2018)

    ..., construing Art.27(2) of the Citizens’ Rights Directive (Directive 2004/38/EC) (the ‘CRD’), ... that restrictions on free movement and residence of EU citizens on grounds of public ...Right to respect for family lifeFamily life (on facts then known to Minister) ...

  • Sulaimon v Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform, [2012] IESC 63 (2012)

    ...It must also have subjected the family of the infant respondent to prolonged anxiety and ... infant respondent to be comfortably on the right side of that cut off point. The section is set ... days short of the three years of legal residence required - 1092 days instead of 1095. The ...

  • The Trust Is Dead - Long Live The Trust. A Client Update From Our Private Client Group

    ....  The beneficiaries of a trust have a right of action against the trustees if the trustees ... preserved to accumulate and provide for family members over successive generations.  Further, ... provide tax advantages depending on the residence and domicile status of the individuals in ...

  • S. -v- S., [2009] IESC 77 (2009)

    ... wrongful where: ( a ) it is in breach of rights of custody attributed to a person, an institution ... Court judge found that the habitual residence of the child of the parties was New South Wales, ...She gave evidence of a lack of access to family support in Ireland. Her family had only been able ...

  • H.M.I. -v- The Minister for Justice & Law Reform, [2016] IEHC 516 (2016)

    ... to his asylum questionnaire, he and his family left his native village because of the “waging ... year 2000, that being his last place of residence in Sudan. In Omdurman he worked as a market ... a severe violation of basic human rights of a persecutory nature and as such could satisfy ...

  • Kenna -v- Coughlan & ors, [2017] IEHC 778 (2017)

    ... to such plaintiffs who sue in their own right and not to such plaintiffs who can be shown to be ... the execution of certain repairs to her residence at Wimbledon. Mr Rush employed Mr Rhodes, a ... addition, several children of the Treacy family" would have €200,000 each, as they all received \xE2"...

  • Hamza & anor v Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform, [2013] IESC 9 (2013)

    ... that a decision of the Minister refusing family reunification be quashed. 2. The first-named ..., subsection (1) confers on a refugee a right to “apply to the Minister for permission to be ... preferably remains at another place or residence, a person is nominated to act as her ...

  • Leggett -v- Crowley, [2019] IEHC 182 (2019)

    ... to the property as the principal residence of the defendant when expressing an understanding ... dispute in 2013, he “would have stopped right there … who would buy a house with a boundary ... defendant signed a contract to sell the family home to the plaintiff. The wife of the first ...

  • Counting Down To Brexit

    ... (or indeed be able) to take specific action right now, our advice would be nonetheless to start ... contemplates continued rights of residence and protections of EU law for EU nationals from ... expiry of the transition period and their family members. However, employers should not forget ...

  • Ms Y -v- Health Service Executive & Ors, [2016] IEHC 136 (2016)

    ...HEALTH SERVICE EXECUTIVE, IRISH FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATION, SPIRITAN ASYLUM SERVICES ...Y.” and to disclose her residence as “Dublin”. 2. Following the decision of ... vindicate the plaintiff’s constitutional rights and rights pursuant to the European Convention of ...

  • Coton -v- The Director of Public Prosecutions, [2015] IEHC 361 (2015)

    ... which was perpetrated upon him in the family home where he was assaulted by a number of men ... or more of the interests protected by the right to an expeditious trial have been so interfered ... she was suspected of having taken up residence) many years before that discovery was actually ...

  • Okunade v Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform & the Attorney General, [2012] IESC 49 (2012)

    ... interference with respect for private and family life protected by Art.8 of the European n on Human Rights ("EHCR"). 2.2 The 1996 Act did not, in the main, ... for reform included in the Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill, 2010 which would unify both ...

  • J. McB. -v- L.E., [2010] IESC 48 (2010)

    ... to the interpretation of the notion of “rights of custody” within the meaning of Council ... Ireland was the country of habitual residence of the children, for the purpose of the Hague ... to be issued in the High Court of Justice (Family Division) of England and Wales (hereinafter ...

  • George & anor -v- AVA Trade (EU) Ltd., [2019] IEHC 187 (2019)

    ... proceedings for themselves and for their family”. 19. The decision of District Judge Jones was ... her husband for restitution of conjugal rights. In his answer, the respondent had sought to ... defendant husband subsequently took up residence in Ireland. He defaulted on making payments of ...

  • Lobe & ors -v- Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform, Osayande & anor -v- Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform and ors, [2003] IESC 3 (2003)

    ... to as 'the Irish-born child'; the Lobe family and Osayande family will for convenience be red to as 'the family'. 2. The rights invoked in these proceedings by the Applicants ... of the State to control the entry and residence of non-nationals is not explicitly expressed in ...

  • N. -v- N. [hearing a child], [2008] IEHC 382 (2008)

    ...FAMILY LAW2008 35 HLCIN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ... to the EU Member State of his habitual residence. The respondent in the proceedings is the mother ... mother and the father have certain access rights. 7. In June 2008 the mother travelled to Ireland ...

  • Can The Personal Insolvency Act 2012 Be Used To Clear Mortgage Debt?

    ...) in respect of any principal private residence (PPR) for 6 months and the show the process has ... not do this within 3 months the bank has a right to sell. Alternatively neither the OA nor the ... if there is a desire to keep the family home at the end of a PIA or bankruptcy process. ...

  • Oguekwe -v- Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform, [2008] IESC 25 (2008)

    ...Respondent/Appellant. and. The Human Rights Commission and the Attorney General Notice ... to the requirement of continuous residence under the IBC 05 Scheme, which issue was ... "If I'm send (sic) back that will make our family be divided our we all both (sic) my Irish son ...

  • Oguekwe -v- Minister for Justice Equality and Law Reform, [2008] IESC 25 (2008)

    ...Respondent/Appellant. and. The Human Rights Commission and the Attorney General Notice ... to the requirement of continuous residence under the IBC 05 Scheme, which issue was ... "If I'm send (sic) back that will make our family be divided our we all both (sic) my Irish son ...

  • Coventry City Council -v- S., [2010] IEHC 303 (2010)

    THE HIGH COURT. FAMILY LAW2010 11 HLC. IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ... found to have a 1 cm circular bruise on the right side of his forehead almost in the hairline, ... relation to jurisdiction and habitual residence and to submit skeleton arguments on the issue. ...

  • Bank of Ireland & Anor -v- O'Donnell & Anor, [2013] IEHC 395 (2013)

    ...Dublin, demolished it and built a residence on the site in or about the year 2000 which, the ... the Bank of Ireland, this property was the family home where the debtors lived with their children ...-property and rights ownership of or entitlement to which must be ...

  • Sheehan -v- Minister for Social and Family Affairs & Anor, [2010] IEHC 4 (2010)

    ... applied by both respondents violated the applicant's constitutional rights, his right to due process and fair procedure and his rights under natural ...Kerry, with her mother. This, obviously, is in a residence separate from that of the applicant. The applicant accepts that he plays a ...

  • O'Brien -v- Clerk of Dáil Éireann & ors, (2017)

    ... the life, person, good name, and property rights of every citizen.”. 11. Order 57 of the Dáil ... misrepresented his normal place of residence for the purpose of claiming allowances. On the ... and address, referred to members of her family and gave highly pejorative descriptions of ...

  • O'Brien -v- Clerk of Dáil Éireann & ors, (2017)

    ... the life, person, good name, and property rights of every citizen.”. 11. Order 57 of the Dáil ... misrepresented his normal place of residence for the purpose of claiming allowances. On the ... and address, referred to members of her family and gave highly pejorative descriptions of ...