Police Involvement in Hague Convention proceedings: A Necessary Evil or a Restriction too far
Simon Craddock and Gemma Kelsey
In acting as a solicitor for the respondent in Hague Convention proceedings in England and Wales often the first time that you are contacted by your client that they are in a great deal of distress.
Normally, they will have just been visited by the Police on the instructions of the Tipstaff (a Court Enforcement Officer) pursuant to a High Court Order to:-
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