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I (father) have a uk court order to see my 4 year old daughter

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I (father) have a uk court order to see my 4 year old daughter every other weekend, half holidays and one evening in week. I have PR. I have court case in uk family court due, where daughter's mother (muslim), wants a prohibite steps order to prevent me feeding my daughter non halal meat and no pork during my access. Irrespective of other circumstances (e.g. mother's arguing I agreed to bring daughter up as muslim, I'm white christan etc) would such a prohibive steps order be against my human rights under uk law or european law?
Yes I think that you have a very good argument that it is against both yours and the child's human rights (Art 8). This is a rare dispute and I think it would be a very difficult for the court to enforce in any event - how would you prove compliance? I hope that this helps. Please rate positive
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
would I be able to appeal such a court ruling in uk or european court, or would I still need court to assess whether I had grounds to appeal?
You would need to deal with it within the UK and seeking any permission to appeal. I hope this helps. Please rate positive
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Thank you for your question.
In fact the agreements made at the time of or prior to the birth of the child could well be be crucial to the issue - and eating pork is not a "human right "as such
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HOWEVER and for clarity I think my colleague has made the crucial point - how can it be adequately enforced - and for that reason I shall opt out so that you can accept his answer