The Court of Protection1 has the power to make decisions and appoint deputies2 in respect of a person lacking capacity3 ('P') in relation to the control and management of P's property4. If the court is satisfied that: (1) under the law prevailing in a place outside England and Wales5 a person ('M') has been appointed to exercise powers in respect of the property or affairs of P on the ground (however formulated) that P lacks capacity to make decisions with respect to the management and administration of his property and affairs; and (2) having regard to the nature of
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