In an article published in the North Carolina Journal of International Law’s symposium issue, Sam F. Halabi explores why federal courts decline to assert subject-matter jurisdiction over enforcement of visitation rights under the International Child Abduction Remedies Act (ICARA), despite asserting jurisdiction over another remedy: return of a child to his or her habitual residence. Ultimately, Halabi contends that neither the treaty nor the statute justifies the federal courts’ refusal to hear access claims.
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| Posted by Margaret D. Petersen on Fri. July 29, 2016 8:00 AM
Categories: Children's rights, Hague Convention, Symposium