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7. In fee 3 —
(1) after fee 3.1, delete the notes; and
(2) after fee 3.3, insert —
“When an application requires the permission of the court, the relevant fee is payable when permission is sought but no further fee will be charged if permission is granted and the application is made.
Where an application is made or permission is sought under or relating to two or more provisions of the Adoption and Children Act 2002 only one fee is payable.
Where the same application is made or permission is sought in respect of two or more children, who are siblings or children of the family, at the same time, only one fee is payable.”
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