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Section 50(2) of ChA 1989 specifies that a recovery order under this section can only be applied for in respect of children who are in care, the subject of an emergency care order or in police protection. See Practice Note: Public children—emergency protection orders.
Section 50(4) of ChA 1989 lists the possible applicant for an order as any person who has parental responsibility for the child by virtue of a care order or emergency protection order or where the child is in police protection, the designated officer.
Section 50(1) of ChA 1989 states that the court may make a recovery order where it appears to the court that there is reason to believe that a child as specified in s 50(2) of ChA 1989:
has been unlawfully taken away or is being kept unlawfully away from the responsible person
has run away or is staying away from the responsible
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