The court was asked as to points of both law and fact under Article 3 of Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2203, commonly known as Brussels II (revised). The greek father and english mother and their children had lived in Greece and England. W began divorce proceedings in England. H said that they were habitually resident in Greece.
 EWHC 2047 (Fam),  2 FLR 1018
Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2203; Brussels II (revised)
Cited – M v JM FD 14-Jun-2007
The father F sought the return to Greece of his two children. F had rights of custody, and for a time the children had been habitually resident in Greece. Tey disputed whether the return to England had been consensual.
Held: M had established . .
Cited – Rapisarda v Colladon (Irregular Divorces) FC 30-Sep-2014
The court considered applications to set aside some 180 petitions for divorce on the grounds that they appeared to be attempts to pervert the course of justice by wrongfully asserting residence in order to benefit from the UK jurisdiction.
Updated: 04 February 2021; Ref: scu.260017