The powers of the Court of Protection1 to make decisions and appoint deputies2 as respects the personal welfare of a person ('P') lacking capacity3 extend in particular to:
(1) deciding where P is to live4;
(2) deciding what contact, if any, P is to have with any specified persons5;
(3) making an order prohibiting a named person from having contact with P6;
(4) giving or refusing consent to the carrying out or continuation of a treatment7 by a person providing health care for P8;
(5) giving a direction that a
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