Supreme Court decides habitual residence issues in Abduction Convention case

The Supreme Court has determined that the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction1980 cannot be invoked if by the time of the alleged wrongful act, whether by removal or retention, the child is habitually resident in the state where the request for return is lodged. The Court also decided that repudiatory retention is possible in law. 

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