An appeal lies to the Court of Appeal1 from any decision of the Court of Protection2.
Court of Protection Rules3 may provide that where a decision of the court is made by: (1) officers or other staff exercising the jurisdiction of the court by virtue of rules made for that purpose4; (2) by a district judge5; or (3) by a circuit judge6, an appeal from that decision lies to a prescribed higher judge of the court and not to the Court of Appeal7. For these purposes, the higher judges of the court are: (a) in relation to a person mentioned
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