Omedelbart omhändertagande : En studie om interimistiska beslut inom LVU med hänsyn till barnets bästa
This study analyzes the court of appeals work on judging immediate care (6 § LVU) by the child´s best from 10 court cases. This study has been reviewing 10 court cases and reviewing the court of appeals applicable laws in their decisions on interlocutory order within LVU. The material than have been analyzed consists of immediate care of children, and the concept of the best interests derived from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The legal sanctions includes when a state signs a convention, which Sweden has. This means that Sweden is at their disposal to offer all children within its territorial limits, up to 18 years may take part of the rights set down in the Convention of the Rights of the Child. This means that all decisions relating to the individual child, should always be taken with respect to the best interest of the child, when a child for varoius reasons end up in a lawsiut.
The concept of the best interest of the child are vague and abstract because it is not clearly defined. So when authorities and courts come into contact with that kind of cases, they need to adapt the contents of the convention, to the individual childs specific situation.
This can be considered to be a complex task.
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