The Mental Capacity Act 20051 makes provision in relation to advance decisions2 to refuse treatment. The legal effect of such decisions has been analysed in a number of judgments3. The intention of the relevant provisions of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 is to codify and clarify the common law rules4 and integrate them into the legislation.
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