The Court of Protection1 has the power to execute a new will2 in respect of a person lacking capacity3. However no will may be made under this power at a time when P has not reached 184.
The will may make any provision (whether by disposing of property or exercising a power or otherwise) which could be made by a will executed by P if he had capacity to make it5. If the court makes an order or gives directions requiring or authorising a person ('the authorised person') to execute a will on behalf of P6, any will executed in
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