volume 29, issue 1, P91-92 2005
DOI: 10.1177/030857590502900111
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Abstract: ments of relevant international instruments, did not by itself constitute a reason for refusing entry clearance. While intercountry adoptions where little or no regard had been had to the welfare of the child should be regarded with extreme caution, in some such cases it might be possible to see with hindsight that such an adoption was in fact in the child's best interests. In this case, the arrangement that had been entered into contrasted favourably with some cases of intercountry adoption vitiated by commer…

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