||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 226 (May)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Thorpe, Rix and Arden LJJ
||The father appeared in person.
|| Allan Levy QC and Simon O'Toole for the mother.
||15 May 2002
Family proceedings - Orders in family proceedings - Residence order - Mother of child failing to comply with contact orders in respect of father - Father applying for residence order - Judge granting residence order in favour of father - Whether sufficient evidence to enable judge's decision - Whether judge in error.
Where the judge had conducted a five day hearing of a father's application for a residence order in respect of his daughter, the judge had properly had regard to all the relevant considerations and brought them into the balance before arriving at his discretionary conclusion to make the order sought, and there was no basis upon which to interfere with the judge's discretionary decision.
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