Children's Act, 2005 (Act No. 38 of 2005)
Regulations relating to Children's Courts and International Child Abduction, 2010
Chapter IV : International Child Abduction
18. Appointment of persons by Chief Family Advocate
|Where no Government department is able to grant the assistance sought or where the Chief Family Advocate considers it necessary to give effect to the provisions of the Hague Convention he or she may, subject to any condition he or she may deem appropriate, appoint any person to assist him or her, or a Family Advocate, to exercise any power or perform any duty conferred or imposed upon the Central Authority of the Republic under the Hague Convention.
|The appointment referred to in subregulation (1) and any condition thereof must be in writing and a certified copy of the original appointment must be handed to the person concerned: Provided that in urgent cases the appointment may be made orally but must subsequently be confirmed in writing without delay.
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