|91A||Title:||Legal Aid Regulations||Gazette Number:||E.R. 1 of 2013|
|Regulation:||4||Heading:||Applications on behalf of infants||Version Date:||25/04/2013|
(1) An application for legal aid for an infant shall be made by a person of full age and capacity on his behalf in the manner and form determined by the Director, and where the application relates to proceedings which are required by rule of court to be brought or defended by the next friend or guardian ad litem, that person shall be the next friend or guardian ad litem or, where proceedings have not actually begun, the person intending to act as next friend or guardian ad litem. (L.N. 326 of 1984; L.N. 194 of 1992)
(2)-(3) (Repealed L.N. 326 of 1984)
(4) Any certificate issued by virtue of this regulation shall be in the name of the infant, stating the name of the person by whom he has applied.
(5) In any matter relating to the issue, amendment, revocation or discharge of a certificate issued by virtue of this regulation, and in any other matter which may arise as between an aided person and the Director, the person by whom the infant has applied for a certificate shall be treated for all purposes (including the receipt of notices) as the agent of the infant.