Children in care to qualify for advice and assistanceE+W
22Any reference in Part III to a person qualifying for advice and assistance shall be construed as including a reference to a person within the area of the local authority in question who is under twenty-one and who was, at any time after reaching the age of sixteen but while still a child—E+W
(a)a person falling within—
(i)any of paragraphs (a) to [F1(h)] of paragraph 15(1); or
(ii)paragraph 20(1); or
(b)the subject of a criminal care order (within the meaning of paragraph 34).
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