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It is trite to say but resolving an intractable contact dispute is one of the hardest tasks of the family court. It is therefore quite right that the court should have at its disposal a full range of tools that it can use to deal with the matter and to further its ultimate aim of securing the welfare of the child. Sometimes the tool that it chooses to use can be a drastic course of action. However, as we will see, if the court does embark upon such a course then its decision to do so must be fully justified.

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