Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook Third edition
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Why should you buy Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook
Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook examines the duties and responsibilities of local authorities in the provision of community care services particularly following the implementation of the Care Act 2014. It also includes chapters on the Mental Health Act 1983, the Mental Capacity Act 2005, Children Leaving Care, Finance and Charging, the distinction between Health and Social Care Services, Social Housing, and Asylum Seekers.
Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook brings together in one place all the statutory materials that comprise the legal framework, together with related materials such as Codes of Practice, Guidance, and extracts from leading judgments. The materials are complemented by the authors' expert commentary explaining how the various statutes interrelate and how they have been interpreted by the courts. The result is a handbook that provides the practitioner with the tools required to deal with this important area of law.
This new edition has been substantially revised to reflect the implementation of the Care Act 2014, changes to the Mental Health Act 1983 and revised Code of Practice, new Court of Protection Rules, and significant new case law.
Simon Burrows, Barrister, Kings Chambers; Adam Fullwood, Barrister, Kings Chambers; Arianna Kelly, Barrister, Kings Chambers; Eliza Sharron, Barrister, Deans Court Chambers
With an Foreword by The Hon Mr Justice Ryder
"It is particularly useful for outlining how the Care Act impacts across a very broad range of local authority functions and duties. The book has been on my shelf for a couple of weeks now, and I have already found myself raiding it for relevant information (and usually finding it) ... a very useful addition to the bookshelves." mentalcapacitylawandpolicy.org.uk
"As a busy practitioner, Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook will never be far from my desk and it is already a well-thumbed resource for initial advice." Jenny McCabe Partner, Darbys LLP, Oxford
"a boon to busy barristers ... one handy and portable volume ... all the diverse statutory materials that go to make up the legal framework are brought together ... as a guide through what has been referred to as 'the legislative maze' of community law, the book works superlativley well ... if you seek information or insight from within the tangled web of community law, this book is where you know you can find it." The Bill of Middlesex (Official magazine of Middlesex Law Society) Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond, Green Chambers
"It is heartening to find a book that encompasses many of the key areas so concisely ... easy reference, readable, useful resource and desktop companion ... ideal purchase ... achieves its aim of being a concise guide for lawyers and non lawyers" INDEPENDENT LAWYER
"essential reference sources for "head office" use for groups of care homes and those advising them" CARING TIMES
Table of contents
- Foreword to the Third Edition
- Preface to the Third Edition
- Table of Cases
- Table of Statutes
- Table of Statutory Instruments
- Mental Health Acts
- Capacity and the Court of Protection
- Assessment and Eligibility
- Provision and Regulation of Accommodation
- Provisions for Older Children (Leaving Care), Disabled Children and Financial Obligations of Local Authorities towards Families
- Finance and Charging
- Health Care and Social Care
- Social Housing
- Asylum support
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