Local Government analysis: The government has recently launched a consultation into a new draft Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA 2005) Code of Practice. Andrew Parsons of RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP (now merged with Weightmans) considers the issue of capacity in MCA 2005. This article forms part of a series of analyses on the MCA 2005 by RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP.
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