A local authority could incur expenditure on providing residential accommodation or care for a person outside its area. This section allowed those costs to be recovered. It also made provision for the determination of disputes as to a person’s ordinary residence. Disputes about a person’s ordinary residence that would have been determined by the Secretary of State […]
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