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CHILDREN'S MEDICAL EMERGENCIES:

GUARDIANSHIP APPLICATIONS TO THE FAMILY COURT

 

THINK JEHOVAHS’ WITNESSES HERE ! ! !

 

What happens when a child needs emergency treatment to live and the parents refuse their consent?

 

The law does provide for quick, emergency applications and quick responses by Judges.  The welfare of the child is the paramount consideration.

 

On 18 December 1996 a Protocol was issued by the Principal Family Court Judge, after consultation with the then Children, Young Persons and their Families Service, the Ministry of Health, the Police and, as it was then kno

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