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374.  (a) A minor under 12 years of age, accompanied by a duly
appointed and acting guardian ad litem, shall be permitted to appear
in court without counsel for the limited purpose of requesting or
opposing a request for (1) an injunction or temporary restraining
order or both to prohibit harassment pursuant to Section 527.6, (2)
an injunction or temporary restraining order or both against violence
or a credible threat of violence in the workplace pursuant to
Section 527.8, (3) a protective order pursuant to Division 10
(commencing with Section 6200) of the Family Code, or (4) a
protective order pursuant to Sections 7710 and 7720 of the Family
Code.
   (b) In making the determination concerning appointment of a
particular guardian ad litem for purposes of this section, the court
shall consider whether the minor and the guardian have divergent
interests.
   (c) The Judicial Council shall adopt forms by July 1, 1999, to
implement this section. The forms shall be designed to facilitate the
appointment of the guardian ad litem for purposes of this section.


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