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If the court has made a barring order against you Section 91A makes clear that in determining whether to grant leave to a person who has received a barring order, the court must consider whether there has been a material change of circumstances since the barring order was made. Therefore you need substantive grounds to apply if you have been barred.
The courts will be required to consider carefully whether the circumstances that gave rise to the barring order have materially changed such that permission to apply should be granted. I would have to recommend you instructing a local firm of solicitors to ascertain if you have any merit to make a further application.
Can i see a copy of the barring order?
Thank you. When was this order made and what are the current breaches of the child arrangements order?
You can apply to enforce the terms of the existing child arrangements order using form C79 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/form-c79-application-related-to-enforcement-of-a-child-arrangement-order
The barring order is in respect of applications for a child arrangements order, this application is technically in respect of a breach of an existing order and may fall outside of the scope, however as i do not know the whole history of the case and have only been provided with part of an order i would have to insist on you sending the court a covering letter requesting permission to apply to enforce the order and enclosing form C79.
A MIAM has to be undertaken before issuing proceedings for a child arrangements order, as there is already one in place from what you have told me then it would not apply and you would need the C2 for permission to apply and the C79 and a covering letter.