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[[Media:Re RK; YB v BCC (2010) EWHC 3355 (COP).pdf|Transcript]]  
[[Media:Re RK; YB v BCC (2010) EWHC 3355 (COP).pdf|Transcript]]  

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(1) Given the terms of s20(8) Children Act 1989 (that any person with parental responsibility may at any time remove the child) the provision of accommodation to a child under s20(1), (3), (4) or (5) will not ever give rise to a deprivation of liberty within the terms of Article 5. If the child is being accommodated under the auspices of a care order, interim or full, or if the child has been placed in secure accommodation under s25, then the position might be different. (2) In any event: (a) the objective element of deprivation of liberty was not remotely close to being met on the facts; (b) the subjective element was not met, as the parents had consented on RK's behalf; (c) RK's placement was at the behest of her parents and could not be imputed to the state. [Detailed summary to follow.]

Related judgments

Re RK; RK v BCC [2011] EWCA Civ 1305


Citation on transcript: [2010] EWHC 3355 (COP)Not on Bailii! (Fam)

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