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|Intercountry Adoption Regulations|
1 These regulations may be cited as the Intercountry Adoption Regulations.
2 A child adopted in accordance with the Convention has a right to access to information in accordance with the provisions of the Adoption Information Act and the regulations made pursuant to that Act.
3 Any forms required for the purpose of implementing the Intercountry Adoption Act and these regulations may be prescribed by the Director, Child Welfare and Residential Services, Department of Community Services.