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The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

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Regulation 64(1)(a)

PART 1References to a young person in the Act that are to be read as references to both a young person and an alternative person

The provisions referred to in regulation 64(1)(a) are—

  • section 19(a), (b), (c) and (d) (first reference);

  • section 27(3)(a) and (b);

  • section 30(6)(a)(i) and (ii);

  • section 30(8)(d)(i) and (ii);

  • section 32(1) (first reference) and (2) (first reference);

  • section 32(3)(c).

Regulation 64(1)(b)

PART 2References to a young person in the Act that are to be read as references to an alternative person

The provisions referred to in regulation 64(1)(b) are—

  • section 33(2)(a);

  • section 34(5)(c) and (7)(c);

  • section 36(1) (second reference), (4), (5) (second reference), (7) (opening words and paragraph (b)) and (9) (opening words);

  • section 38(1) (second reference), (2)(a) and (b), and (5);

  • section 39(8)(a);

  • section 40(5)(a);

  • section 42(5);

  • section 44(2)(a) and (6);

  • section 49(1) (second reference), (2) (second reference), (3)(d) and (4)(a);

  • section 51(1) and (3) (opening words);

  • section 52(2), (3) and (4) ;

  • section 53(1)(a), (3)(a) and (4)(a)(i);

  • section 54(1)(a) and (2)(a);

  • section 55(1), (3), (4) (opening words and (b)) and (5) (both references);

  • section 56(1)(f);

  • section 57(2)(b), (3)(b), (5)(a) and (8)(b);

  • section 61(3);

  • section 68(2) (first reference);

  • section 70(5) (paragraph (b) of the definition of “appropriate person”).

Regulation 64(1)(c)

PART 3References to a young person in the Act that are to be read as references to both a young person and an alternative person

The provisions referred to in regulation 64(1)(c) are—

  • regulation 5(4)(c) and (d);

  • regulation 7(a), (b), (d) and (e);

  • regulation 8(2)(a) and (b);

  • regulation 10(4)(c) and (d);

  • regulation 12(1)(a);

  • regulation 17(1)(c) (second reference);

  • regulation 19(a);

  • regulation 27(3)(c) and (d)

  • regulation 41(1) (opening words); and the description accompanying ‘Travel Costs’

  • regulation 44(3)(a) and (b);

  • regulation 45(7)(a) and (b);

  • regulation 54(1)(a) and (b)

  • regulation 55(opening words);

  • regulation 56(1) (opening words) and (c);

  • Schedule 2 paragraph 5(d) (second reference) and (e)

Regulation 64(1)(d)

PART 4References to a young person in the Act that are to be read as references to an alternative person

The provisions referred to in regulation 64(1)(d) are—

  • regulation 3 (opening words);

  • regulation 4(1) (opening words);

  • regulation 5(1) (opening words) and (3);

  • regulation 6(1)(a) and (h), (3)(a) and (b) and (4);

  • regulation 9;

  • regulation 10 (3);

  • regulation 13(1) and (2)(a);

  • regulation 14(2);

  • regulation 15(3)(b);

  • regulation 17(1) (second reference in opening words);

  • regulation 20(2)(a), (10), and (11)(second reference in opening words)

  • regulation 21(2)(a), (9), and (10)(second reference in opening words);

  • regulation 22(2)(a) and (b), (3)(opening words and (a)), (4) and (5) (opening words);

  • regulation 25(1) (first reference);

  • regulation 27(2)(a);

  • regulation 31(1)(a) (first reference) and (b), (2) (second reference) and (3) (opening words);

  • regulation 32;

  • regulation 33;

  • regulation 34;

  • regulation 35;

  • regulation 36;

  • regulation 37;

  • regulation 38(1)(b);

  • regulation 39;

  • regulation 44 (2)(b)(opening words)(i) (second reference); and (2)(c)(ii);

  • regulation 45(1);

  • Schedule 2 paragraph 4(b).

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