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Child Protective Act

Parliament of Guam Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Guam 31 December 2012 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, guardian, political rights

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This Chapter, which shall be called and may be cited as the Child
Protective Act, creates within the jurisdiction of the Family Court procedures to safeguard, treat and provide permanent planning for children who
have been harmed or threatened with harm.

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