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Re Q (Child - Interim Care Order - Jurisdiction) [2019] EWHC 512 (Fam)

Mar 13, 2019, 11:31 AM
Public law children – Interim care order – Child approaching 17 – Effect of s 38(4) of the Children Act 1989
The court held that an interim care order or supervision order would cease to have effect on the child’s 17th birthday.
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(Family Division, Knowles J, 7 March 2019)

Public law children – Interim care order – Child approaching 17 – Effect of s 38(4) of the Children Act 1989

The court held that an interim care order or supervision order would cease to have effect on the child’s 17th birthday.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2019] EWHC 512 (Fam)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

FAMILY DIVISION

Royal Courts of Justice
Strand, London, WC2A 2LL

Date: 07/03/2019

Before:

THE HONOURABLE MRS JUSTICE KNOWLES

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Re Q (Child: Interim Care Order: Jurisdiction)

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Edward Devereux QC and Ben Mansfield for the local authority
Damian Woodward-Carlton instructed by Burke Niazi Solicitors for the mother
Chris Barnes instructed by ITN Solicitors for the father
Martin Kingerley for Q

Brendan Roche for the Children’s Guardian

Hearing date: 28 February 2019

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Approved Judgment

I direct that pursuant to CPR PD 39A para 6.1 no official shorthand note shall be taken of this Judgment and that copies of this version as handed down may be treated as authentic.

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THE HONOURABLE MRS JUSTICE KNOWLES DBE

This judgment was delivered in private. The judge has given leave for this version of the judgment to be published on condition that (irrespective of what is contained in the judgment) in any published version of the judgment the anonymity of the children and members of their family must be strictly preserved. All persons, including representatives of the media, must ensure that this condition is strictly complied with. Failure to do so will be a contempt of court.

 

Judgment: Re Q (Child: Interim Care Order: Jurisdiction) [2019] EWHC 512 (Fam)

 

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