This chapter explores an important civil liberties issue, namely in what circumstances someone loses their right to say where they should live or, in relation to children, where their parents provide for them to live. One circumstance obviously relates to arrest, detention and conviction for criminal offences, but here the focus is on deprivation of liberty which has an ultimate purpose or justification as being in someone’s best interests.
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