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Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

Definition

A multilateral treaty entered into by close to 100 nations that is designed to thwart international child abductions and promote cross-border cooperation by facilitating the return of children who are wrongfully abducted from their habitual country of residence or wrongfully retained outside of such country.

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