In the Matter of X (A Child) (No 3). We acted for the birth mother in this case. - Goodman Ray
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Articles about the case can be found here:

Article 1

Article 2

There have been two previous judgments in this case, which are here:

Judgement No 2

Judgement No 1

Mrs Justice Pauffley added an epilogue on 1 August 2016 to her judgment in the case of RJ & BK v RT [2016] EWHC 760 (Fam), in which we acted for the applicants.

The epilogue confirms that the Home Office granted the child entry clearance to the UK on 10 June 2016 and that her ladyship made the parental order for which the applicants had applied.

The amended judgment is published on Bailii: Click Here

We previously wrote about this case here: Click Here



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