The powers of the Court of Protection1 to make decisions and appoint deputies2 as respects the property and affairs of a person ('P') lacking capacity3 extend in particular to:
(1) the control and management of P's property4;
(2) the sale, exchange, charging, gift or other disposition of P's property5;
(3) the acquisition of property in P's name or on P's behalf6;
(4) the carrying on, on P's behalf, of any profession, trade or business7;
(5) the taking of a decision which will have the effect of dissolving a partnership of which P is a member8;
(6) the carrying out
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