A protection order1 must name the person on whose application it was made ('the responsible person') and, wherever it is reasonably practicable to do so, the order must name the child2 to whom it relates; and where it does not name that child it must describe him as clearly as possible3. Where a protection order is in force with respect to a child, it is the duty of any person who is in a position to do so to comply with any request to produce the child to the responsible person4. Such an order authorises: (1) the removal of the child at any time t
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