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The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015

20. Child attained age of twenty-one years and yet to complete prescribed term of stay in place of safety.

1.     When the child in conflict with the law attains the age of twenty-one years and is yet to complete the term of stay, the Children´s Court shall provide for a follow up by the probation officer or the District Child Protection Unit or a social worker or by itself, as required, to evaluate if such child has undergone reformative changes and if the child can be a contributing member of the society and for this purpose the progress records of the child under sub-section (4) of section 19, along with evaluation of relevant experts are to be taken into consideration.

2.     After the completion of the procedure specified under sub-section (1), the Children’s Court may—

              i.        decide to release the child on such conditions as it deems fit which includes appointment of a monitoring authority for the remainder of the prescribed term of stay;

             ii.        decide that the child shall complete the remainder of his term in a jail:

Provided that each State Government shall maintain a list of monitoring authorities and monitoring procedures as may be prescribed.

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