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200 1 ^a<The >Hague Convention on International Child Abduction^fPaul R. Beaumont, Peter E. McEleavy
210   ^aOxford^cOxford University Press^d1999
215   ^aXXXV, 332 p. ;^d24 cm
225 2 ^aOxford monographs in private international law
320   ^aBibliografia pág. 305-323
330   ^aGeneral Editor's Preface-- Preface-- Table of Cases-- Table of Legislation-- Introduction-- Sociological Review and Analysis of International Child Abduction-- The Evolution of an International Convention: The Hague Model-- Aims-- Removal and Retention-- Rights of Custody-- Habitual residence-- Article 13(1)(a): Has the Dispossessed Parent Consented or Subsequently Acquiesced in the Removal or Retention?-- The Protection of Children where a return may result in Harm: Article 13(1)(b), Undertakings & Article 20-- The Right of a Mature Minor to object to a Return: Article 13-- Article 12(2): The Child is now settled in its New Environment-- Rights of Access-- Relationship of the Hague Convention with Other International Instruments-- Interpretation-- The Child Abduction Convention in Practice-- Conclusions-- Appendix 1: English and French Text of the Convention-- Appendix 2: Table of Ratifications and Accessions-- Appendix 3: Hague Convention Statistics-- Index
606   ^aDireito da família
606   ^aRapto parental
606   ^aConvenção de Haia
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