(a) a cause of action to which the proceeding relates is founded on the death or injury to a person (the victim ) who was a minor at the time of the act or omission alleged to have caused the death or injury; and
(b) the proceeding is taken against a person who was at that time:
(i) a parent or guardian of the victim; or
(ii) a person in a close relationship with a parent or guardian of the victim;
in working out whether the period of 3 years after the date of discoverability, or the long-stop period, has expired, disregard any period:
(c) before the victim turns 25; or
(d) if the victim dies before turning 25--before the victim's death.
(2) For the purposes of subparagraph (1)(b)(ii), a person is taken to be in a close relationship with a parent or guardian of the victim if the person's relationship with the parent or guardian is such that:
(a) the person might influence the parent or guardian not to bring a claim on behalf of the victim against the person; or
(b) the victim might be unwilling to disclose to the parent or guardian the acts, omissions or events in respect of which the cause of action is founded.