Deprivation of liberty and transport: Re Z (A Child: Deprivation of Liberty: Transition Plan)  EWHC 3038 (Fam)
Publication Date: 7 December 2020
By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction A deprivation of liberty can take place in any setting. It can arise, for example, when an individual is being transported from one place to another. While this will depend on the individual circumstances of the case, the intensity of the restraints being used and the length of the journey may […]
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