Provision is made in relation to Court of Protection Visitors1. A Court of Protection Visitor is a person who is appointed by the Lord Chancellor2 to a panel of Special Visitors, or a panel of General Visitors3.
A Court of Protection Visitor may be appointed for such term and subject to such conditions, and may be paid such remuneration and allowances, as the Lord Chancellor may determine4.
For the purpose of carrying out his functions under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in relation to a person who lacks capacity ('P'), a Court of Protection Visitor may, at all reasonable times, examine
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