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The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

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42.—(1) This regulation applies where mediation has taken place and the parties to the mediation reach an agreement, to be recorded in writing (“the mediation agreement”).

(2) Where the mediation issues in the mediation agreement are those on which the child’s parent or young person has a right to appeal to the First-tier Tribunal, the local authority shall comply with the time limits set out in regulation 44, as if the mediation agreement were an order of the First–tier Tribunal.

(3) Where the mediation agreement requires the local authority or responsible commissioning body to do something in relation to which the child’s parent or young person has no right of appeal to the First-tier Tribunal, the local authority or responsible commissioning body must do that thing within two weeks of the date of the mediation agreement.

(4) Where the local authority was not a party to the mediation, the responsible commissioning body must notify the local authority of the mediation agreement within 1 week of the date of that agreement.

(5) The timescales referred to in paragraphs (2) and (3) do not apply where the parties to the mediation agree in writing to a different timescale.

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