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Can a financial affairs deputy act as a Rule 3A representative in a deprivation of liberty application in the Court of Protection?

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Published on LexisPSL on 09/03/2017

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  • Can a financial affairs deputy act as a Rule 3A representative in a deprivation of liberty application in the Court of Protection?
  • Deprivation of liberty proceedings
  • Rule 3A representatives

Deprivation of liberty proceedings

For information on how to challenge an order restricting someone's freedom or to have the deprivation of P’s liberty authorised, see Practice Note: Deprivation of liberty court procedure and guidance from gov.uk. As identified in this Practice Note that there are two procedures for these applications, both of which fall outside the scope of the Case Management Pilot.

Rule 3A representatives

A representative for P can be appointed under Rule 3A(2

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