T (A Child) v Wakefield Metropolitan District Council: CA 19 Mar 2008

A supervision order had been made for twelve months. There was a concern at contact with the mother’s mother’s partner. The father appealed refusal of an order extending the period to three years.
Held: Such an order was permissible.
Lord Justice Thorpe, Lady Justice Arden and Lord Justice Hughes
[2008] EWCA Civ 199, Times 14-Apr-2008
Children Act 1989 31 Sch3 6
England and Wales
AppliedIn Re A (A Minor) (Supervision Order: Extension) CA 11-Nov-1994
Justices do not have the power to make an interim care order pending a later hearing on the extension of an existing supervision order. . .

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Updated: 07 February 2021; Ref: scu.266392