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Care proceedings

C. T. Latham

Care proceedings

an outline of the law and practice

by C. T. Latham

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Published by Family Court Reporter in conjunction with Rose in Chichester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCecil Latham.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,118p. ;
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15206779M
ISBN 101872328008
OCLC/WorldCa26318253

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orders, and processes relating to care and court proceedings (including pre-proceedings). Where appropriate, links to relevant practice materials have also been included. In deciding any question about the upbringing of a child the court must treat his or her welfare as its paramount consideration, 3.

and in relation to certain decisions. At the start of Care Proceedings the local authority will apply to the family court for an ‘interim care order’.

This is essentially a temporary care order which allows the local authority to take a child into care for up to 8 weeks whilst care proceedings are ongoing, but it can be renewed after that for up to.

Care Proceedings are Court Proceedings issued by the Social Services Department of the Local Authority where an application is made for a “Care Order” or “Supervision Order” in respect of a child. An example of a Local Authority is Nottingham City Council. What is a Care Order.

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It is not a book that can be absorbed without concentrated study and I am certain that by doing so one's efforts will be rewarded.4/5(2).What happens in care proceedings. 1. Care proceedings is when Children’s Services asks the court to look at your child’s situation and decide if your child needs a legal order to keep them safe.

Your child’s social worker will do this if they think that your child cannot remain safely at home.