family law right of residence

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

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

  • 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 ... When she was a year old she moved with her family to England where she was raised. She attended ...Furthermore, in Re: W (Residence) [1999] 2 F.L.R. 390 cited by the respondents, ...

  • 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 ... When she was a year old she moved with her family to England where she was raised. She attended ...Furthermore, in Re: W (Residence) [1999] 2 F.L.R. 390 cited by the respondents, ...

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

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

  • N. -v- D., [2008] IEHC 51 (2008)

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

  • N. -v- D., [2008] IEHC 51 (2008)

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

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

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

  • High Court Delivers A Blow To Warehousing By Lenders

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

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

    ...AND THE MINISTER FOR SOCIAL AND FAMILY AFFAIRSRESPONDENTS. JUDGMENT of O'Neill J. ... both respondents breached the applicant's rights under Article 3 of the European Convention on ... an issue whether I satisfy the habitual residence requirement. In addition, your investigation must ...

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

    ... to an application made by them for a residence card for the first named applicant under the ... 2006 Regulations and was exercising her rights in that regard under the Treaty. It is said that ... right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the ...

  • Izevbekhai & ors -v- Minister for Justice Equality & Law Reform, [2010] IESC 303 JR (2010)

    ... Nigeria, as a result of threats from the family of her husband to carry out female genital ... applicant who:a) does not have an automatic right to apply (i.e. whose deportation order is dated ...(a) relates to "conditions of entry and residence, and standards on procedures for the issue by ...

  • Sullivan -v- Boylan & Ors, [2013] IEHC 104 (2013)

    ... security of one’s own dwelling and the right to come and go from that abode without ... the court shall specify of the place of residence or employment of the other person. (4) A person ... to subject the debtor or a member of the family of the debtor to alarm, distress or humiliation, ...

  • Murphy v Callanan & others, [2013] IESC 30 (2013)

    ..., Christy, for whom she wished to provide a right of residence in the event of her death. Such a ... joint names and the subsequent sale of her family home in Crumlin. It is my opinion that her ...

  • 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. ... the family home the applicant took up residence in another one of his properties. There is no ...5. that the respondent do have the right to occupy for life the family home situate at . . ...

  • L. -v- C., [2007] IEHC 440 (2007)

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

  • L. -v- C., [2007] IEHC 440 (2007)

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

  • O'Brien -v- DPP, [2008] IESC 67 (2008)

    ... the relationship between the Applicant's family and Paddy Moorehouse's family is relevant to the ...I therefore went to the O'Brien residence at 89 Cloverhill in Bray and spoke to Rachel ... of the prosecution to prosecute and the right of the accused to defend him self or herself by ...

  • O'Gorman & Co Ltd -v- Jes Holdings Ltd, [2005] IEHC 168 (2005)

    ...O'Gorman & Company Limited has a right, as incident to his existing interest in premises ... to the ancestors of the present Shirley family in about 1646 and has remained in the ownership ... the 20th century this house was the residence of various medical doctors who serviced an ...

  • T. -v- O., [2007] IESC 55 (2007)

    ... of the state of the habitual residence of the child a decision or other determination ... 1980 as constituting a breach of the rights of custody vested in the District Court, as that ... man and wife and as part of a de facto family unit, the respondent mother, in January 2007, ...

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

    ... of European law, constitutional law, family law, immigration law and the law of arrest. 2. ... for the purpose of obtaining EU treaty rights is one which has exercised government and one ... and more particularly the rights of residence conferred by Directive 2004/38/EC. Certainly, it ...

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

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

  • Byrne -v- Dublin City Council, [2009] IEHC 122 (2009)

    ... 3 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003. BETWEEN. PATRICIA BYRNEAPPLICANTAND. ... landlord, from evicting her from her residence at 19 Belcamp Crescent, Priorswood, Dublin 17. 2. ... anti-social behaviour of members of her family. Having no alternative accommodation available ...

  • Byrne -v- Dublin City Council, [2009] IEHC 122 (2009)

    ... 3 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003. BETWEEN. PATRICIA BYRNEAPPLICANTAND. ... landlord, from evicting her from her residence at 19 Belcamp Crescent, Priorswood, Dublin 17. 2. ... anti-social behaviour of members of her family. Having no alternative accommodation available ...

  • Byrne -v- Dublin City Council, [2009] IEHC 122 (2009)

    ... 3 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2003. BETWEEN. PATRICIA BYRNEAPPLICANTAND. ... landlord, from evicting her from her residence at 19 Belcamp Crescent, Priorswood, Dublin 17. 2. ... anti-social behaviour of members of her family. Having no alternative accommodation available ...

  • 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 ...She alleges that the habitual residence of the child is within this jurisdiction. She ... Ireland would breach the constitutional rights of her family, those of S. and S.'s siblings. She ...