Hague – Federal Injunction of State Proceedings – Rigby v Dimant

Although the Dimant court refused to enjoin the state court proceeding could improperly decide issues that the Hague convention requires the Hague court only to decide, it wrote:

“Furthermore, the Barnstable court litigation (state court) will not frustrate this proceeding. Even if the state court made a custody determination before this court issued a judgment, that ruling would not bind this court.

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