- Court of Protection to test ‘open door’ proposals
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- Why have these decisions historically been delivered in private?
- What is the rationale behind an ‘open door’ policy?
- Are there any expectations for how this trial will pan out?
- What has been the attitude of those in practice about this trial?
- What can practitioners take from this?
Private Client analysis: Should Court of Protection hearings be held in private or in public and should access be given to the media but not the public? Claire Wills-Goldingham QC, barrister at Collection Chambers and contributor to Atkins Court Forms, considers the pilot scheme to test ‘open door’ proposals.
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