UK Family Law Reform
It is pointless for the courts
to make orders if those orders are not then
enforced. There is a legitimate public interest in ensuring that where
order is made by the court it is subsequently obeyed. Failure to enforce
contact orders is the basis of some of the claims that the system is
against fathers'. Furthermore, a failure of the State to enforce orders
this sphere has been held by the European Court of Human Rights to amount
a breach of the State's positive obligations under the European Convention
on Human Rights.
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