This Toolkit provides an overview of some practical aspects to consider when determining whether it might be possible to seek compensation in the civil courts of England and Wales for victims of child sexual abuse where the conduct occurred in Cambodia. While the English courts recognise claims in respect of child sexual abuse as a claim in tort (most notably, the tort of trespass to the person), the default position will be that the English courts will consider whether there is a claim based on the local law where the conduct took place, i.e. Cambodia.

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