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Thanks for your patience. There's no definitive answer on this point, as far as I am aware. By this I mean that there's no legal requirement for dad to tell you exactly where he is when your son is in his care, but certain judges may take the view that this information is important to share. Others can be frankly not interested! However, it is important that your son is kept safe and also that he does not come into contact with inappropriate adults. But, the court would expect dad to be able to monitor this as he has PR and should be capable of keeping his son safe. It's normally dealt with by an undertaking or a recital, to this effect - rather than a compulsion to provide details directly to you.
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