family law right of residence

703 results for family law right of residence

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  • O. -v- MJELR, (2009)

    ... 1999, IN THE MATTER OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003. BETWEENY. O. APPLICANT. AND. MINISTER FOR JUSTICE, ...The Nigerian father of the family was granted temporary leave to remain in the State from October, ... terms of the administrative scheme allowing temporary residence to foreign nationals who are the parents of Irish children, the ...

  • O Reilly & Ors -v- Limerick County Council, [2006] IEHC 174 (2006)

    ...AND SECTION 3 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003 . BETWEENNOREEN O'REILLY, WILLIAM O'REILLY, KATHLEEN ...The family were not wholly sure what they had applied for as a local ... of such persons otherwise than as their normal place of residence or pending the provision of permanent accommodation under an ...

  • DPP -v- Feichín Hannon, [2009] IECCA 43 (2009)

    ...This related to disputes about land, rights of way and similar matters, not uncommonly found in country ...The Hardester family had arrived form the United States to live in the area some years ...He moved abroad for a period and then took up residence in Galway City, about fifty miles from his home. He is entitled ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Whelan -v- Promontoria (Finn) Limited & anor, [2017] IEHC 739 (2017)

    ... entitled to look to their own interest in exercising their rights. He also highlights the “on demand” nature of the loans. As ... the plaintiff’s business premises and to his domestic residence. The plaintiff avers that the letters were not delivered to his ...the property is also that plaintiff’s family home), or 2) establishes a potential violation of the ...

  • Ennis -v- HSE & Anor, [2014] IEHC 440 (2014)

    ... was then 15 years of age and she resided at another HSE residence in the Athlone region known as “Retreat Lodge”. 8. Ms. A. e from a dysfunctional family background and she had been in care since the age of two. She was ... likely to result in damage of some kind by fire? If I am right they knew both that if the boy eluded control it was very likely ...

  • N. -v- D., [2008] IEHC 51 (2008)

    THE HIGH COURT. FAMILY LAW[2007 No. 38 HLC]IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND ... removed the children from their place of habitual residence in France to Ireland, wrongfully retained them there contrary to ... in France with the children, that the father shall have the right of access to visit the children in France, at his own expense ...

  • N. -v- D., [2008] IEHC 51 (2008)

    THE HIGH COURT. FAMILY LAW[2007 No. 38 HLC]IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND ... removed the children from their place of habitual residence in France to Ireland, wrongfully retained them there contrary to ... in France with the children, that the father shall have the right of access to visit the children in France, at his own expense ...

  • 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 ...

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

    ... done, vindicate the life, person, good name, and property rights of every citizen.”. 11. Order 57 of the Dáil Éireann Standing ... had intentionally misrepresented his normal place of residence for the purpose of claiming allowances. On the recommendation of ...He gave her name and address, referred to members of her family and gave highly pejorative descriptions of antisocial behaviour ...

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

    ... done, vindicate the life, person, good name, and property rights of every citizen.”. 11. Order 57 of the Dáil Éireann Standing ... had intentionally misrepresented his normal place of residence for the purpose of claiming allowances. On the recommendation of ...He gave her name and address, referred to members of her family and gave highly pejorative descriptions of antisocial behaviour ...

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

    ... done, vindicate the life, person, good name, and property rights of every citizen.”. 11. Order 57 of the Dáil Éireann Standing ... had intentionally misrepresented his normal place of residence for the purpose of claiming allowances. On the recommendation of ...He gave her name and address, referred to members of her family and gave highly pejorative descriptions of antisocial behaviour ...

  • O'Brien -v- Clerk of Dáil Éireann & ors, [2017} IEHC 179 (2017)

    ... done, vindicate the life, person, good name, and property rights of every citizen.”. 11. Order 57 of the Dáil Éireann Standing ... had intentionally misrepresented his normal place of residence for the purpose of claiming allowances. On the recommendation of ...He gave her name and address, referred to members of her family and gave highly pejorative descriptions of antisocial behaviour ...

  • Attorney General -v- Mullan, [2018] IEHC 721 (2018)

    ... would expose the respondent to a breach of his fundamental rights. Other issues were also raised by the respondent and will be ... 1 has known the respondent for 30 years, was a former family friend and informed the FBI agents that when he was 15 or 16 ... found a box of photographs in the respondent’s residence which allegedly contain nude images of boys around the age of 16. ...

  • High Court Delivers A Blow To Warehousing By Lenders

    ... had a mortgage with KBC for over €285,000 for their family home which was valued at just €105,000. The mortgage fell into ...This proposal also gave the borrowers the right to continue to occupy the home for the rest of their lives but ... to occupy all or a part of his or her principal private residence. Baker J. observed that the test "constrains a court by ...

  • Singh & Anor -v- MJELR, [2010] IEHC 86 (2010)

    ... take in relation to an application made by them for a residence card for the first named applicant under the European Communities ... 6(2)(a) of the 2006 Regulations and was exercising her rights in that regard under the Treaty. It is said that in 2008, Ms. ... 2004, on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the ...

  • The Attorney General v Dowse & Anor, [2006] IEHC 64 (2006)

    ... circumstances of Tristan's natural mother and her other family members. Thereafter an oral hearing took place on 9th December ... re-visited the orphanage there were 19 children in residence. Ms. Smyth considered that the home was warm friendly and child ... that the applicants had always intended to do everything right for Tristan, and that adoption procedure is not a major issue in ...

  • Da Silva & ors -v- Rosa Construtores t/a RAC Contractors & ors, [2018] IEHC 732 (2018)

    ... that, following a complaint to the National Employment Rights Authority (“NERA”), a number of inspections were carried out ... these matters came on for hearing, and for whom their family members have instructed that a grant of probate be taken out. ...Those initial months of residence will be subtracted from the period of recovery for the purposes ...

  • 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 ...