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Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011

Section 113 – Child and relevant person: representation at review hearing

167.This section provides that the child and relevant person have the same right to choose to be represented at a review of a grounds determination by a representative of their choice (who may or may not be a legal representative) as at the original hearing to establish the grounds. This right applies whether or not the person to whom the review relates to is still a child, and does not affect their right to legal representation.

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