The Child Abduction and Enforcement of Custody Orders Act 1991 and the Hague Convention and CS, a minor: PAS v AFS

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  • S (A) v S(C)
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 19 November 2009
    ...O'GRADY 1992 1 IR 210 1992 ILRM 689 1992/2/502 HAGUE CONVENTION ON CIVIL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION ART 4 S (PA) v S (AF) 2005 1 ILRM 306 2005 FAM LJ 2 2004/45/10409 R v BARNET LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL, EX PARTE SHAH (NILISH) 1983 2 AC 309 1983 2 WLR 16 1983 1 AER 226 MARK v MA......
  • E (D) v B (E)
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 4 March 2015
    ...of art but rather is a matter of fact to be decided on the facts established in a particular case. In P.A.S v A.F.S [2004] IESC 95, [2005] 1 I.L.R.M. 306 at p. 316, Fennelly J., in placing the issue of habitual residence in its real living context, stated:- "The Convention deliberately left......
  • S.S. v K.A.
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 19 December 2018
    ...clear from the authorities on habitual residence that it is a question which is highly fact-specific. In PAS v. AFS [2004] IESC 95, [2005] 1 I.L.R.M. 306, the Supreme Court cited with approval the statement of McGuinness J. to this effect in C.M (a minor): CM. and O.M., v. Delegación Provi......
  • K.W. v P.W.
    • Ireland
    • Court of Appeal (Ireland)
    • 25 November 2016
    ...under the Hague Convention is not fixed and probably eludes precise definition. As Fennelly J. said in PAS v. AFS [2004] IESC 95, [2005] 1 I.L.R.M. 306, 316: ‘The Convention deliberately left the notion of habitual residence undefined. The courts of the contracting states have to be free t......
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