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CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS (CARE AND PROTECTION) ACT 1998 - SECT 231ZA

Declarations concerning parental responsibility: interstate ward

231ZA Declarations concerning parental responsibility: interstate ward

(1) The Minister may, at the request of an appropriate authority, declare an interstate ward to be a child or young person under the parental responsibility of the Minister under this Act.
(2) The Minister may revoke a declaration made under this section if:
(a) the child protection order to which the child or young person concerned is subject is transferred to New South Wales under this Chapter, or
(b) an order of a court of competent jurisdiction provides for the future care and protection of the child or young person by a person other than the Minister, or
(c) the Minister has reasonable grounds to believe that the child or young person has left New South Wales and will not return.
(3) A declaration under this section ceases to have effect (despite any other provision of this Act):
(a) on the day the declaration is revoked by the Minister, or
(b) on the rescission or variation of the child protection order to which the child or young person is subject, or
(c) on the expiration of the period (if any) specified in that child protection order,
whichever first occurs.



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