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Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011

Section 58 – Implementation of orders: welfare of child

61.This section provides that, where a child protection order, a child assessment order or an order under section 55 is made, the applicant (and any other person specified in the order) must only take such steps to implement that order as that person reasonably believes are necessary to safeguard or promote the welfare of the child.

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