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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Special Educational Needs (Direct Payments) (Pilot Scheme) Order 2012 The Special Educational Needs (Direct Payments) (Pilot Scheme) Order 2011 No. 206
13.—(1) Where a local authority decides not to make direct payments, it must—
(a)inform P of its decision, in writing, giving reasons and informing P that P has the right to request a review of that decision;
(b)where requested, review its decision and in carrying out the review consider any representations made by P; and
(c)notify P of the outcome of the review, giving reasons.
(2) In this paragraph “P” means the person who wishes to receive direct payments and, if different, the parent, or the beneficiary, where the beneficiary has attained the age of 16.
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