These Regulations, which apply to Wales only, supplement the provisions of the Adoption and Children Act 2002 about the disclosure of information related to adoptions which took place after 30 December 2005 (sections 56 to 65).
These Regulations were made under sections 8, 56 to 64, 140 and 142 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002.
These Regulations contain the legal framework for disclosure in Wales of adoption-related information for adoptions before 30 December 2005.
These Regulations are made under sections 2, 9 and 98 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002.
These Regulations were made under sections 26 and 59 of the Children Act 1989, and sections 9, 11, 27, 45, 53, 54, and 140 of the Adoption & Children Act 2002.
These Regulations control the conduct of adoption activities by adoption agencies (including local authorities) in Wales.
These Regulations control the provision in Wales of direct payments instead of services under the Children Act 1989.
These Regulations are made under section 23ZA of the Children Act 1989, and set out how Welsh local authorities are to discharge their obligations to visit former looked after children who are now in detention.
These Regulations establish a procedure for considering representations, including complaints, about the exercise of certain functions of local authorities in Wales in relation to children.
These Regulations set out a procedure for independent review of various adoption and fostering decisions taken by local authorities in Wales.
These Regulations set out how local authorities in Wales should go about reviewing the cases of children who are looked after by them. They also provide for the role of the Independent Reviewing Officer.
These Regulations set out who may not act as an advocate for a child in the provision of section 26A Children Act 1989 advocacy services in Wales.
These Regulations govern the making of direct payments by local authorities in Wales.