This section identifies the type of personal welfare decisions that the Court of Protection and a deputy might take on behalf of a person lacking capacity. It should be noted that, according to the Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice, personal welfare deputies ought to be infrequently required. Examples of when they may be are […]
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