With this, it will be convenient to discuss the following: New clause 14—Provision for separate representation for children (No. 3)—
—(1) The Lord Chancellor may by regulations provide for the separate representation of children in proceedings in England and Wales which relate to any matter in respect of which a question has arisen, or may arise, under—
(2) The regulations may provide for such representation only in specified circumstances.'.
Amendment No. 106, in clause 24, page 16, line 8, leave out 'and' and insert—
'(6B) Where there are one or more children of the family, the code must also require the mediator to have arrangements designed to ensure that the parties are encouraged to consider:
(6C) A contract entered into by the Board for the provision of mediation under this Part must also include.'.