727. Powers relating to property and affairs.

727.     Powers relating to property and affairs.

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:

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    (1)     the control and management of P's property4;

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    (2)     the sale, exchange, charging, gift or other disposition of P's property5;

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    (3)     the acquisition of property in P's name or on P's behalf6;

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    (4)     the carrying on, on P's behalf, of any profession, trade or business7;

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    (5)     the taking of a decision which will have the effect of dissolving a partnership