Abducting parents are free to return the abducted child voluntarily, even after the start of Hague litigation. Voluntarily returning a child to his or her home country is also often cheaper than engaging in a drawn out and difficult legal battle and may result in more favorable negotiation and cooperation between the parents in the future.
Babies born in Japan are not automatically given citizenship the way babies in America are. A baby born to two foreign nationals in Japan will need legal status to stay in Japan similar to any other foreign national. Therefore, the foreign parents of a baby in Japan should take the necessary steps to secure the baby’s legal status in Japan.
Sometimes an agreement involves cargo or products that, if lost, would create more liability than either party is willing to accept. In these situations, where the risk of loss is disproportionally larger than the contract price, the parties may agree to include an insurance clause to ensure that, if the cargo is lost or destroyed, neither party will have to pay for the damage.