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The Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 (Rules of Procedure in Children’s Hearings) Rules 2013

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Arranging a grounds hearing where a compulsory supervision order is already in force in relation to the child

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30.—(1) This rule applies where a grounds hearing is to be arranged and a compulsory supervision order is already in force in relation to the child to whom the hearing relates.

(2) No later than 3 days before the intended date of the children’s hearing the Reporter must in addition to the information to be given under this Part give to the persons mentioned in paragraph (3) the information mentioned in paragraph (4).

(3) Those persons are—

(a)the child;

(b)each relevant person;

(c)any appointed safeguarder;

(d)the three members of the children’s hearing.

(4) That information is—

(a)copies of all decisions and reasons for those decisions made by all pre-hearing panels and children’s hearings arranged in relation to the child;

(b)a copy of any notice by the implementation authority under section 131 (duty of implementation authority to require review) of the Act.

(5) This rule does not apply where rule 29 applies.

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