This Part of this Schedule applies in relation to the English Tribunal and the Welsh Tribunal.
A claim that a responsible body [in England] has contravened Chapter 1 of Part 6 because of a person's disability may be made[—
(a) to the English Tribunal by the person's parent or, if the person is over compulsory school age, the person;
(b) to the Welsh Tribunal by the person's parent].
(1) A claim that a responsible body for a school in Wales has contravened Chapter 1 of Part 6 in relation to a person because of disability may be made to the Tribunal by that person (“the relevant person”) [—
(a) the person (including a child not over compulsory school age), or
(b) if the person is a child not over compulsory school age, the person's parent].
(2) But this paragraph does not apply to a claim to which paragraph 13 or 14 applies.
(3) The relevant person's right to claim is exercisable concurrently with the right of the relevant person's parent under paragraph 3.
(4) The exercise of rights under this paragraph is subject to provision made by regulations under paragraphs 6 and 6A[, 6A(7)].]
(1) Proceedings on a claim may not be brought after the end of the period of 6 months starting with the date when the conduct complained of occurred.
(2) . . .
[(2A) If, in relation to proceedings or prospective proceedings on a claim under paragraph 3 or 3A, the dispute is referred for resolution in pursuance of arrangements under paragraph 6C . . .
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