736. Deputies: powers over property.

The Court of Protection1 may confer on a deputy2 power to: (1) take possession or control of all or any specified part of the property of a person ('P') lacking capacity3; (2) exercise all or any specified powers in respect of it, including such powers of investment as the court may determine4. The court may require a deputy to give to the Public Guardian such security5 as the court thinks fit for the due discharge of his functions6, and to submit to the Public Guardian such reports at such times or at such intervals as the court may direct7.

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