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The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

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Questions of Evidence

In order to achieve the purposes of the Convention, it is necessary that courts can act on the basis of the evidence presented to them in the documentation accompanying the application. Thus Article 30 requires that the application and supporting documentation should be admissible in court proceedings. It is, therefore, obviously desirable that Central Authorities should try to ensure that this documentation is as complete as possible when the application is submitted.

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