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ProhibitedStepsOrder

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ProhibitedSteps

 

A ProhibitedSteps order is an order under section 8 of the Children Act 1989 saying that a person should not behave in a particular way in respect of a child.

 

Some common examples are orders saying that a person - usually one of the parents - should not

 

  • take the child away from the other parent;
  • bring the child into contact with another person (for example, the new partner);
  • change the name by which the child is known;
  • arrange for the child to have medical treatment.

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