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11.—(1) The following provisions of the Act which refer to adoption orders shall apply to orders under section 84 as if in each place where the words “adoption order” appear there were substituted “order under section 84”—
(a)section 1(7)(a) (coming to a decision relating to adoption of a child);
(b)section 18(4) (placement for adoption by agencies);
(c)section 21(4)(b) (placement orders);
(d)section 22(5)(a) and (b) (application for placement orders);
(e)section 24(4) (revoking placement orders);
(f)section 28(1) (further consequences of placement);
(g)section 29(4)(a) and (5)(a) (further consequences of placement orders);
(h)section 32(5) (recovery by parent etc. where child placed and consent withdrawn);
(i)section 42(7) (sufficient opportunity for adoption agency to see the child);
(j)section 43 (reports where child placed by agency);
(k)section 44(2) (notice of intention to adopt);
(l)section 47(1) to (5), (8) and (9) (conditions for making orders);
(m)section 48(1) (restrictions on making applications);
(n)section 50(1) and (2) (adoption by a couple);
(o)section 51(1) to (4) (adoption by one person);
(p)section 52(1) to (4) (parental etc. consent);
(q)section 53(5) (contribution towards maintenance); and
(r)section 141(3) and (4)(c) (rules of procedure).
(2) Section 35(5) of the Act (return of child in other cases) shall apply to orders under section 84 of that Act as if in paragraph (b) of that subsection—
(a)for the first reference to “adoption order” there were substituted “order under section 84(1)”; and
(b)the words in brackets were omitted.
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