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Amendments to the Anti-social Behaviour Bill

Anti-social Behaviour Bill


AMENDMENTS
TO BE MOVED
IN COMMITTEE


 

Before Clause 18

 

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE

Page 17, line 3, insert—
  "When a Court considers that there is a case for making a Parenting Order or a Parenting Contract under this Part it shall consider whether making an order against the father or the mother or both parents jointly is most likely to secure a reduction in anti-social behaviour (or truancy as the case may be) by the child and shall use its best endeavours to target any parenting order or contract accordingly."
 

Clause 18

 

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE

Page 17, line 7, leave out "the parent" and insert "a parent or both parents of a child"
 

Clause 19

 

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE

Page 17, line 36, after "parent" insert "or both parents"
Page 17, line 38, leave out "the parent" and insert "each parent who is a party to the contract"
Page 18, line 2, after "parent" insert "or parents"
Page 18, line 11, after "parent" insert "or parents"
 

Clause 20

 

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE

Page 18, line 26, after "parent" insert "or both parents"
Page 18, line 28, after "parent" insert "or both parents"
Page 18, line 30, after "parent" insert "or parents"
 

Clause 21

 

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE

Page 19, line 7, after "parent" insert "or parents"
Page 19, line 10, leave out "the" and insert "a"
 

Clause 29

 

THE LORD NORTHBOURNE

Page 25, leave out line 31 and insert—
  "For the purposes of this Part "parent" means;
(a)  any person with Parental Responsibility for the child, and
(b)  any guardian of the child, and
(c)  any adult who has been living as a partner of a parent of the child in the same household as the child for a period of not less than one year and is still doing so, and
(d)  any foster parent of the child with whom the child has been living for more than one year and is still doing so,
(e)  the person responsible for the management of any Residential Home or Residential School which has had care of the child for more than 150 days in any year and at which the child has been cared for for more than one calendar year and is still so cared for.

 
 
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