Non-molestation order can be made to supplement an injunction made under the inherent jurisdiction (Court of Appeal)

In Re T (A Child) [2017] EWCA Civ 1889, the Court of Appeal confirmed that the court has jurisdiction to make a non-molestation order to supplement an injunction made under the inherent jurisdiction of the High Court to protect a child from likely harassment and abduction by their mother. The conduct that would be considered to be molestation was clarified.
Source: Practicallaw2

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