Q&As

Does a local authority need to apply to the Court of Protection for a personal welfare order in order to transfer an objecting and incapacitated adult from home to a care home at which a standard authorisation of the deprivation of liberty is to be granted by the Supervisory Body?

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Published on LexisPSL on 25/09/2019

The following Private Client Q&A provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Does a local authority need to apply to the Court of Protection for a personal welfare order in order to transfer an objecting and incapacitated adult from home to a care home at which a standard authorisation of the deprivation of liberty is to be granted by the Supervisory Body?
  • Assessment of Capacity
  • Appointment of personal welfare deputies
  • Safeguarding

See the following content:

Assessment of Capacity

Practice Notes:

  1. Mental capacity—an introduction

  2. Mental Capacity Act 2005—the codes of practice

  3. Capacity—housing and care

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