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81.13. (1) Where the court refuses to make a parental order and considers–
(a)that the child should be placed under the supervision of a specified local authority, or
(b)that the child should be committed to the care of a specified local authority,
the court shall order intimation of the terms of the proposed order to be made to the local authority and give the local authority an opportunity to make representations.
(2) Any representations of the local authority shall be made by minute.
(3) On the expiry of the period allowed for answers to a minute under paragraph (2), the cause shall be put out on the By Order Roll before the Lord Ordinary for a hearing to determine the matter.