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March 14, 2016

Securing Counsel

The United States ratified The Hague Convention with a reservation as to Article 26 relating to legal representation. Because of this reservation, U.S. courts are not required to appoint counsel to represent parties in Convention cases. Nor is the federal government required to assume any costs or expenses resulting from the participation of attorneys or from court proceedings in Hague Convention cases.

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