Thank you for your response.
It is disappointing to hear that a revocation process does not exist in the advised circumstances.
I was aware that revocation of adoption when a child is involved can occur in exceptional circumstances ie where the placement with adoptive parents has broken down.
I am also very mindful of the Courts wanting to ensure stability/certainty for the adopted child. However, it appears inequitable for adoptive parents to be denied any opportunity of challenging the continuity of the Adoption Order when the adopted person has reached adulthood.
My husband and I were congratulated by social services for continuing to deal with the psychopathic behaviour of our adopted son in a loving family environment until adulthood. However, there has now been an irretrievable breakdown and a legal "divorce/revocation" is what is required.
You have mentioned that "the courts have only recently made it clear...certainty ... not disrupted.." Presumably all these judgments relate to "children/minors" ? What level of courts have been involved?
I do have property interests in France and as you may be aware the inheritance law there makes it impossible to exclude the interests of a child.
So, presumably I would have to consider a test case to be heard on its own merits ?