LPAs: When will your appointed attorneys in an LPA be allowed to make decisions?

Lucie Sleeman sets out how the Office of the Public Guardian is affected by recent developments in mental capacity law ‘Under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 the Court of Protection exercises statutory jurisdiction over the property and affairs of the mentally incapacitated person but the practical administration and supervision of the person’s affairs are carried …
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Cases Referenced

  • XZ v The Public Guardian [2015] EWCoP 35 19 May 2015