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FCM 100 Since a residence order was in substance what the foster mother sought, it was agreed between counsel for her and the local authority:(a) that the local authority would not object to the foster mother's application for a residence order being made before the expiry of the six months period;(b) that the hearing before the judge should be treated as the hearing of that application;(c) that if, in the event, the foster mother were to be given leave to apply for a residence order she would agree to the formal dismissal of her application for judicial review without any penalty as to costs; but (d) that, if leave under the Act were to be refused, it would be open to the foster mother to continue the judical review proceedings.

FRT none Political questions and judical power - Great Britain