The mental incapacity of a partner does not of itself dissolve the partnership1. However, if a person lacks capacity2 in relation to a matter or matters concerning his personal welfare or his property and affairs, the Court of Protection may, by making an order, make decisions on his behalf in relation to those matters, or may appoint a deputy to make decisions on his behalf3. This may include the taking of a decision which will have the
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