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Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011

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166Review of requirement imposed on local authorityS

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(1)This section applies where a duty is imposed on a local authority by virtue of—

(a)a compulsory supervision order,

(b)an interim compulsory supervision order, or

(c)a medical examination order.

(2)If the local authority is satisfied that it is not the relevant local authority for the child in respect of whom the duty is imposed, the local authority may apply to the sheriff for a review of the decision or determination to impose the duty on it.

(3)The sheriff may review the decision or determination to impose the duty with or without hearing evidence.

(4)The sheriff may hear evidence from—

(a)any local authority,

(b)the National Convener,

(c)the child in respect of whom the duty is imposed,

(d)a person representing that child,

(e)a relevant person in relation to that child,

(f)a person representing that person.

(5)Where the duty is imposed on the local authority by a children's hearing, the sheriff may require the Principal Reporter to lodge with the sheriff clerk a copy of the decision (and reasons) of the children's hearing.

(6)The sheriff must determine which local authority is the relevant local authority for the child.

(7)Where the local authority that made the application under subsection (2) is the relevant local authority for the child, the sheriff must confirm the decision of the children's hearing or the determination of the sheriff.

(8)Where another local authority is the relevant local authority for the child, the sheriff—

(a)must vary the order which imposed the duty so that the duty falls on that local authority, and

(b)may make an order for that local authority to reimburse such sums as the sheriff may determine to the local authority which made the application under subsection (2) for any costs incurred in relation to the duty.

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I1S. 166 in force at 24.6.2013 by S.S.I. 2013/195, arts. 2, 3

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