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Is it possible to apply to the Court of Protection to have an Indian deputyship/guardianship order recognised in the UK?

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Produced in partnership with Graham Stott of gunnercooke LLP
Published on LexisPSL on 05/03/2019

The following Private Client Q&A Produced in partnership with Graham Stott of gunnercooke LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Is it possible to apply to the Court of Protection to have an Indian deputyship/guardianship order recognised in the UK?

An application in accordance with the Court of Protection Rules 2017 (COPR 2017), SI 2017/1035, 23.4, which provides that the application is to be made in accordance with COPR 2017, SI 2017/1035, Pt 9 may be made to the Court of Protection for a declaration as to:

  1. whether a protective measure taken under the law of a country other than England and Wales is to be recognised in England and Wales

  2. whether a protective measure taken under the law of, and enforceable in, a country other than England and Wales is enforceable, or to be registered, in England and Wales

    see Practice Direction 23A International Protection of Adults

Practice Note: International issues relating to the protection of vulnerable adults explains that although t

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