Children’s Right to a Fair Trial
The child may not initiate legal proceedings, nor participate in proceedings independently before reaching the age of adulthood. The child is represented by their legal representative, usually one of the parents or appointed guardian. However, in exceptional cases, the law allows the child to submit an application to the court themselves and to participate in the proceedings independently, that is to say, independently of their legal representatives.
Example: I would like to clarify what are the exceptional cases in which the child can apply to the court by themselves.