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10.—(1) Article 7 of the 2009 Order is amended in accordance with this article.
(2) At the end of paragraph (4)(a) insert—
(i)there is no outstanding appeal relating to the revocation of the direction, and
(ii)the period of time during which any appeal relating to the revocation of the direction may be made has expired”.
(3) For paragraph (4)(b) substitute—
“(b)P is included in the children’s barred list pursuant to article 2(2)(a) of the 2008 Order and—
(i)ISA is not required under paragraph (2)(b) of article 2 of the 2008 Order to give P the opportunity to make representations as to why P should be removed from that list, or
(ii)where ISA is required under that paragraph to give P the opportunity to make such representations, it decides under that article not to remove P from that list, and
(iii)where paragraph (i) or (ii) applies—
(aa)there is no outstanding review of, or outstanding determination relating to, a direction to which P is subject,
(bb)there is no outstanding appeal relating to a direction made in relation to P, and
(cc)the period of time during which any appeal relating to a direction made in relation to P may be made has expired;”.
(4) After paragraph (4) insert—
“(4A) Where P has been included in the children’s barred list in accordance with article 2(2)(a) of the 2008 Order and where paragraph (4)(a) is satisfied at any time whilst P is so included, ISA must remove P from the list unless it is satisfied that paragraph 1 or 2 of Schedule 3 to the Act (prescribed criteria for automatic inclusion in the children’s barred list) applies to P.”.
(5) After paragraph (6) insert—
“(7) For the purposes of paragraph (4)(b)(iii)(aa), “outstanding review” means a review being carried out for the purposes of determining whether a direction made in relation to P should be varied or revoked under section 142(6) of EA 2002 and “outstanding determination” means an application being considered by the First-tier Tribunal under section 144(2) of that Act.”.
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