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The Magistrates’ Courts (Enforcement of Children Act 1989 Contact Orders) Rules 2008

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

  3. 2.In these Rules— “the 1989 Act” means the Children Act...

  4. 3.Application of the 1991 Rules

  5. 4.Modification of the 1991 Rules

  6. 5.In the Arrangement of Rules— (a) after the entry for...

  7. 6.In rule 1(2)— (a) after the definition of “emergency protection...

  8. 7.In rule 2— (a) in paragraph (5)—

  9. 8.In rule 4— (a) in paragraph (1) after “paragraph (4)”...

  10. 9.After rule 4 insert— Application for a warning notice (1) This rule applies in relation to an application for...

  11. 10.In rule 5— (a) in paragraph (3) for “rule 11AA(1)(a)...

  12. 11.In rule 8(7)— (a) in sub-paragraph (a), after “respondent,” delete...

  13. 12.For rule 9, including the heading, substitute— Acknowledgement of application...

  14. 13.In rule 11AA— (a) in paragraph (1)—

  15. 14.After rule 13A insert— Section 11J or 11O: duties of...

  16. 15.In rule 14— (a) in paragraph (1)(b) for “rule 11AA(1)(a)...

  17. 16.In rule 15(5)(c)(ii) for “rule 11AA(1)(a) to (e)”, substitute “rule...

  18. 17.In rule 16(1A)— (a) in sub-paragraph (a) after “a contact...

  19. 18.In rule 17(1), for “rule 11AA(1)(a) to (e)” substitute “rule...

  20. 19.In rule 21(7)(b), after “paragraph (8)” insert “and rule 21AA”....

  21. 20.After rule 21, insert— Service of enforcement order or order...

  22. 21.In rule 33 delete “in a family proceedings court”.

  23. 22.In Schedule 1— (a) in the list of forms, after...

  24. 23.In Schedule 2— (a) in the row beginning “Section 4(1)(c)”,...

  25. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

  26. Explanatory Note

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