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Fretté v. France

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The Convention did not guarantee, as such, the right to adopt. The national authorities could legitimately and reasonably have considered that the right to be able to adopt asserted by the applicant under French domestic law was circumscribed by the interests of adoptable children, without his personal choices being called into question.

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2002-01-01
2016-07-27

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