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A Practitioner's Guide to the Court of Protection


£55.00


Wills and probate


Out of print


29 April 2009


Tottel Publishing


9781845922443


Paperback
234 x 156mm
250 pages

A Practitioner's Guide to the Court of Protection
3rd edition

Martin Terrell

Overview

This user-friendly handbook provides practical and detailed coverage of this increasingly significant topic. The new edition explains the provisions of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the latest information from the Public Guardianship Office. It also covers changes to fixed costs and recent case law.

Out of print


Contents

1. Introduction;
2. Procedure generally;
3. When is receivership necessary?;
4. The receiver;
5. Application to appoint a receiver;
6. Changing and ending the receivership;
7. Duties of the receiver; Acting as a receiver - general administration;
8. The welfare of the patient and matters not within the jurisdiction of the court;
9. Payment to others - maintenance, allowances, gifts and debts;
10. Investments;
11. Litigation;
12. Property matters;
13. Trusts and trustees;
14. Costs;
15. Enduring powers of attorney and the Court of Protection;
16. Dispositions of property;
17. Foreign matters;

Appendices:
Statutory provisions;
Forms and precedents;
List of useful addresses and contacts.