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10.—(1) Subject to the provisions of regulation 11, on receiving a request from a parent to whom this regulation applies, an authority—
(a)must make available the supplementary information requested by the parent; and
(b)may make available such other information as they think fit.
(2) This regulation applies to—
(a)a parent of a child resident in the area of the authority or known to them to be proposing to reside in that area; and
(b)a parent known to the authority to be considering the making of a placing request in respect of the parent’s child for a school under their management.
(3) Information provided under paragraph (1) must be provided free of charge.
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