26(1)In Schedule 1 to the Local Authority Social Services Act 1970 (enactments conferring functions assigned to social service committee)—E+W
(a)in the entry relating to the Mental Health Act 1959, for the words “sections 8 and 9" there shall be substituted “ section 8" ”; and
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(2)At the end of that Schedule there shall be added—
|“Children Act 1989.||Welfare reports.|
|The whole Act, in so far as it confers functions on a local authority within the meaning of that Act.||Consent to application for residence order in respect of child in care.|
|Family assistance orders.|
|Functions under Part III of the Act (local authority support for children and families).|
|Care and supervision.|
|Protection of children.|
|Functions in relation to community homes, voluntary homes and voluntary organisations, registered children’s homes, private arrangements for fostering children, child minding and day care for young children.|
|Inspection of children’s homes on behalf of Secretary of State.|
|Research and returns of information.|
|Functions in relation to children accommodated by health authorities and local education authorities or in residential care, nursing or mental nursing homes or in independent schools.”|
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