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Section 3323.051 | Assignment of surrogate parent.


No individual shall be assigned to act as a surrogate for the parents of a child with a disability under division (B) of section 3323.05 of the Revised Code if the individual is an employee of the department of education and workforce or the school district or any other agency involved in the education or care of the child or if the individual has any interest that conflicts with the interests of the child. If a conflict of interest arises subsequent to the assignment of a surrogate, the authority that made the assignment shall terminate it and assign another surrogate. Neither the surrogate nor the authority that assigned the surrogate shall be liable in civil damages for acts of the surrogate unless such acts constitute willful or wanton misconduct.

Last updated September 13, 2023 at 1:14 PM

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