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I would make a C79 application and on the form stress the urgency and that you would like a hearing next week.
They are not mandatory requirements of the court. Ask them to show you where in the Children Act they are mandatory.
Just send it in to the court
Not without specifics no.
Firstly the book will really help here. They will investigate the breaches of the court order.
I would file a C100 with the court and serve on the other side.
If you are doing it properly then its a C100.
You can unless it is specifically prohibited in the order that you can't,.
You are simply entitled to your 5 days
Yes you can.
I am very happy to help but this is now a new question and has to be resisted so that I can help
If the order says 5 days then you are allowed 5 days. That is the purpose of the court order.
Yes. Very much
Yes. I would.
I would simply (and this is really a new question) that your client is in breach of the order. I shall take the child for 4 days but I reserve my position to apply to the court for enforcement.
She has yes. As these are new questions you are going forward have to raise new questions. Thanks