High Court invokes inherent jurisdiction based on nationality to work harmoniously with foreign law

In SU and SA (Children) [2017] EWHC 441 (Fam), the High Court invoked inherent jurisdiction based on nationality to work harmoniously with Australian law in a manner that was consistent with the court's duty to take necessary measures for the protection of the children and consistent with the principle of comity.

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