Nothing in the provisions relating to powers concerning personal welfare1 permit a deputy2 to be given power to prohibit a named person from having contact with P3, or to direct a person responsible for P's health care to allow a different person to take over that responsibility4. A deputy may not be given powers with respect to the settlement of any of P's property, whether for P's benefit or for the benefit of others5.
A deputy may not do an act that is intended to restrain P unless four conditions are satisfied
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