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January 2005 A English nurture faces an restless hold up to find out on the off chance that her child little girl will be returned to her in the midst of a tug-of-love push with her repelled husband, it was detailed today Diane Jelicich, of Swansea,

January 2005
A English nurture faces an restless hold up to find out on the off chance that her child little girl will be returned to her in the midst of a tug-of-love push with her repelled husband, it was detailed today
Diane Jelicich, of Swansea, south Wales, is entangled in a court fight in New Zealand after spouse Stephen went on the run with five-month-old Caitlin
He returned with the child, who is safe what’s more, well, to his parents’ home in Auckland yesterday
New Zealand TV station TV3 detailed that Caitlin will remain at her grandparents’ address this end of the week after an High Court judge proceeded a remain on a warrant against Mr Jelicich to implement custody
Mr Jelicich, 39, had prior won the right to claim against a court choice that granted his offended Welsh spouse authority of their daughter
Carly Kirkwood, of TV3, told GMTV that it was caught on the warring couple had concurred a impermanent mind understanding pending the High Court claim administering on Monday
She included that an claim to return Caitlin to her mother had been held up at a independent court in Auckland
A New Zealand police representative said officers were anticipating the result of the claim hearing some time recently they took any further action
Mrs Jelicich, 41, of Birchgrove, said recently she was “appalled” that her spouse had not been arrested She was constrained to fly home alone last week with the tug-of-love fight at its height
Mrs Jelicich, who has two kids by a past marriage, met her spouse in an web chatroom in 2000 what’s more, they were hitched at the end of 2003
The couple set up home in a level in Swansea yet flew to New Zealand in October to visit Mr Jelicich’s family what’s more, take an broadened holiday
But the couple started arguing, what’s more, in the end split up, after which the New Zealand courts granted her guardianship of the baby
Mr Jelicich, who is from Auckland, had promised to remain on the run until he was allowed a new court hearing in his guardianship battle He claims he can offer his girl a better life in New Zealand
He called Tv New Zealand’s daily current undertakings programme, Close Up, after seeing his offended spouse make an enthusiastic claim inquiring him to return their daughter

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