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by Ann McDonald

ePub Challenging Local Authority Decisions (Practitioners' Guides) download
Author:
Ann McDonald
ISBN13:
978-1861780157
ISBN:
186178015X
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Publisher:
Venture Press (January 30, 1998)
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Politics & Government
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Understanding Community Care. Understanding Community Care. A Guide for Social Workers. No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission.

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Challenging Local Authority Decisions. The Evolving Legal Framework. Parents Guardians and Parental Responsibility. Local Authorities Powers and Duties. Children in Need of Protection. Care and Supervision. Sentencing in the Youth Court.

Catherine In this chapter and elsewhere in the book The implications of these changes for practitioners and service users are canvassed. in Chapters 6 and 7 respectively.

McDonald’s book, Challenging Social Work: The Context of Practice, represents an. important contribution to these debates and, hopefully, will bring her own. scholarship (represented in numerous journal articles) to the attention of a wide. Australian and international audience. In this chapter and elsewhere in the book. McDonald highlights the ways in which social workers both govern and are. governed, sometimes through ostensibly self-imposed measures (such as self. The implications of these changes for practitioners and service users are canvassed. For social workers the n that.

In general terms, a court may quash (or invalidate) a decision on grounds such as

If you want to challenge a local authority decision, you should first complain to the relevant local authority itself. Start by asking if there is a dedicated appeals process for social care decisions.

If you want to challenge a local authority decision, you should first complain to the relevant local authority itself. If your local authority has a dedicated appeals process, this will be the quickest way to get your complaint resolved. However, the majority of local authorities do not have a dedicated appeals process for care decisions. In most cases, you will need to raise a complaint through the authority's standard complaints procedure.

Indeed, recent decisions have underscored the importance international .

Indeed, recent decisions have underscored the importance international investment arbitration can play in providing redress to investors (see . Yukos), and highlight the importance of understanding the unique characteristics of international investment arbitration. In this vein, understanding the role of legal and technical experts, the unique elements of attribution and mastering enforcement and set aside proceedings is central for any practitioner. This book seeks to provide guidance and advice to practitioners in all these issues. Essentially, the book follows the structure of an arbitration and this makes it quite unique and easy to consult.

If local authority is not formally recognized by larger regimes, it is difficult for users to establish enforceable rules

If local authority is not formally recognized by larger regimes, it is difficult for users to establish enforceable rules. On the other hand, if rules are imposed by outsiders with-out consulting local participants, local users may engage in a game of cops and robbers with outside authorities. The lessons from local and regional CPRs are encouraging, yet humanity now faces new challenges to establish global institutions to manage biodiversity, climate change, and other ecosystem services (35). These new challenges will be especially difficult for at least the following reasons.