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Tick box versions of the CAP orders now available

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These orders correspond to a draft set of orders in tick box forms being used by those Judges or representatives who are unwilling to prepare orders using the Judicial template.The content of the orders is based upon the same set of orders used within the template.

  • The purpose of the tick box forms and this set of orders is to allow a consistent approach to the making of private orders for children, so that the same basic wording is used whether the orders are produced on the template, or by this method.

    Three tick box forms ("TBFs") can be accessed by clicking the links on the right hand side. The forms are PLCO A: Allocation; B: Case Management Directions and Orders; and C: Enforcement.

    Welsh versions are also available - these are prefixed with PLCOW.

    There is also a set of Master Orders (Wales) and a note for Judges.


Published: 10/02/2016

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