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This article considers the imposition by the courts of a parental duty to consult on matters of importance in a child's life. The results of a survey of 2,300 respondents, who were asked to respond to a number of scenarios, are analysed and discussed. The survey provides some interesting reflections on the views of the general public as to who should be 'in control' over decision-making for children.
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