(1) A relative of a child is any of the following:
(a) a parent, grandparent or any other ancestor of the child;
(b) a step-parent of the child;
(c) a sibling of the child;
(d) an uncle or aunt of the child;
(e) a cousin of the child;
(f) a person who is related to the child in accordance with:
(i) any customary law or tradition applicable to the child; or
(ii) any contemporary custom or practice.
(2) To avoid doubt, a relationship covered by subsection (1) may include a relationship that arises through common ancestry, adoption, marriage, de facto relationship or any customary law or tradition.