Section 1415 (m) (1)

    (1) In general

  • A State that receives amounts from a grant under this subchapter may provide that, when a child with a disability reaches the age of majority under State law (except for a child with a disability who has been determined to be incompetent under State law)—
    • (A) the agency shall provide any notice required by this section to both the individual and the parents;
    • (B) all other rights accorded to parents under this subchapter transfer to the child;
    • (C) the agency shall notify the individual and the parents of the transfer of rights; and
    • (D) all rights accorded to parents under this subchapter transfer to children who are incarcerated in an adult or juvenile Federal, State, or local correctional institution.
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