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Accommodation orders—eligibility

The court must not make an accommodation order for a young offender unless satisfied that—

        (a)     the order would be suitable for the young offender; and

        (b)     if the order states that the young offender is to live at a place—the person in charge of the place agrees to accommodate the young offender at the place; and

        (c)     if the order states that the child is to live with a person—

              (i)     the person is a suitable person to accommodate the young offender; and

              (ii)     the person agrees to the young offender living with the person.

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