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The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

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Mediation certificate under section 55(5)

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39.—(1) Where mediation is pursued before making an appeal to the First-tier Tribunal, the mediation adviser must issue a certificate under section 55(5) to the parent or young person within 3 working days of the conclusion of the mediation.

(2) Where mediation is pursued before making an appeal to the First-tier Tribunal and the local authority is unable to arrange for mediation within the period specified in regulation 35(4) or 36(2), the local authority must notify the mediation adviser of this fact as soon as possible after it realises that it is unable to arrange for mediation within that period.

(3) Where paragraph (2) applies, it is deemed that the child’s parent or the young person has participated in mediation, and the mediation adviser will issue a certificate under section 55(5) within 3 working days of being notified of this by the local authority, whether or not the child’s parent or the young person later participates in mediation.

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