No no. The purpose of a section 20 agreement is that it is exactly that – an agreement. In conclusion, I would like to add that in my assessment of the undisputed facts in this case, there are genuine doubts as to whether, after being removed from the PGF, [LA] had the proper consent of the parents to house P. The first statement of the [LA] acknowledges that the parents did not want P to be placed in care after he was transferred to the PGF. The author of the statement comments that, despite this knowledge, the parents, once they were transferred to nurses, did nothing to bring him in – as if the responsibility was somehow theirs. These parents go everywhere with a lawyer. These are vulnerable young people. It is the responsibility of the local authority to ensure that it gives adequate consent. If they do not abandon their child, they do not give their consent by omission.
I would like to add that they never abandoned it. They found it now: Q1. Does the CS have an obligation to give parents a signed copy of the S20? I think an agreement cannot be an agreement unless the two signatories have a copy, but I am not sure. A1. It is a good practice to have both an agreement and a copy of both parties. Section 20 is “voluntary housing,” although parents often have no choice but to agree upon request. Voluntary accommodation can be carried out either by formal nurses from the local authority or by a family member authorized by the local authority (often grandparent). It is still illegal to keep a child below Section 20, which is a voluntary agreement when the other parent revokes their consent (provided they have been consulted) and other parents can provide appropriate housing. Children cannot simply be taken by Childrens Services without a court decision or permission granted freely. The police can take them under the order of the police, but again, not without one.
If you`re on trial, your lawyer should really explain what`s going on. In Medway Council v M-T  EWFC B164, HHJ Lazarus had estimated that there might be some delay in emergency situations in order to verify the progress of one of the parents in the hospital if his ability to care for a child can return before a procedure can be issued. The court clarified that such a period should be less than 72 hours longer use of section 20 outside of the proceedings that the child described above stole the child: I signed a section 20 2017 had no idea what I signed, because I had alcohol addiction for many years always struggled soberly my addiction now 3 years my boys were divided and moved around a quantity I wanted them to look after for them from 12 to 17 months my children were not kept safe in early 2018 my boys were with a family with their own children, because my boy was able to activity under there at home he went for 10 months he went emotional , as they said he was a danger to them and his little brother, he has since sat down to buy a doctor at cams and ckear hes not normal boy hes to grow up I only see them once a week and now they want to put them as a foster home I don`t agree my guys want to be with me and there father, which is due to be released in 2021, you can help get them and get hp into putting for emotidal torture a human rights deviant oliver thank you If you don`t want your child in nursing anymore, then you can stop accepting at any time.