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Judgment: In brief: The ECtHR found that the father (“F”) had been able to present his case fully to the domestic courts and that the courts’ reasons for their decision not to order that his child live with him had been relevant and sufficient. In particular, it was not convinced by F’s argument that the judge in his case had believed that small children should always be raised by their mothers. It did not find any violations of his rights under the Convention.

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