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care or control


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Protection and guidance of a minor or the discipline of such a child. A court has authority to make orders in care proceedings only if it is satisfied that (in addition to other specified conditions) the child is in need of care or is beyond parental control. In this context it is not necessary to show that all his day‐to‐day needs are being neglected. See care order.

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