care order


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care order

n (Brit: Jur, Sociol) → Fürsorgeanordnung f
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Cafcass Cymru's annual report shows the average waiting time for public law cases, where local authorities apply to the courts for a care order in respect of a child, in 2014/15 was 24.
In March, a 21-year-old man under a compulsory care order left the centre on unescorted leave and was later found dead.
In a preliminary ruling on efforts to secure a care order for the boy, who has developmental issues, Mr Justice O'Hara held the trust has met the threshold to proceed to a final hearing.
Several of our residents have an advanced care order that states they are not for active treatment of conditions for which no positive outcome can be expected, and not for hospital transfer for those conditions.
There's a section 31 which is a full care order where the local authority take control and then there is the Section 20 care order, where the parents still have parental responsibility but the kids are in a children's home.
After these events, the family judge made a care order in relation to the child, saying the mother had shown her behaviour could be "irrational" and that the child was at risk of harm if he stayed with her.
D was a 16-month-old baby living in a mother and baby foster placement under an interim care order.
New Delhi, April 19 -- The chances of two NRI children returning to India has brightened with the Norwegian Child Welfare Service, which has kept them in foster care, submitting in a court in Oslo that there is no need to uphold the care order and it was in the best interest of the kids to return to their home country.
The Child Welfare Service and the children's parents submitted a joint claim to the court stating that there is agreement that the conditions for the children being taken into care have been met, and there is no need to uphold the care order as the measures taken are considered to be sufficient in that the uncle is to take over the care of the children.
The document says: "Children become looked after for two major reasons, either they are accommodated because their parents are for various reasons, unable to care, or that they have been the subject of significant harm and the court has agreed they needed to be subject of a care order.
That morning she had attended a meeting with social services after the local authority decided to apply for a care order.
Mr Hemming said Ministry of Justice figures showed that local authority attempts to pursue a care order failed in 0.