In Wales1, the relevant person2 may select a person for appointment as his representative3 where he has the capacity to do so4. Where the relevant person does not have capacity in relation to the question of which person should be his representative, and he has a donee5 or deputy, the donee or deputy may select a person to be appointed as a representative where the donee or deputy has the authority to do so6.
A person selected in accordance with the above provisions7 must be approved by the best interests assessor or the supervisory body8. Where the best interests assessor
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