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The minimum preconditions that must be met before the court is able to make a care or supervision order. These are set out in the Children Act 1989 and are that the child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either caused by the care or lack of care given to it by its parents or because the child is beyond parental control. See also care order; supervision order.

Subjects: Law.


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