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Court of Protection Practice 2022

Edited by: Gordon R. Ashton

ISBN13: 9781784734893
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781784734718
Published: March 2022
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback + CD-ROM
Price: £349.99 + £36.05 VAT

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This title is the leading court reference work governing this fast-developing jurisdiction, with a status akin to its sister publication The Family Court Practice. With a specialist contributor team of leading practitioners and judges, the title provides vital procedural guidance for all practitioners involved in cases in the Court of Protection.

Contains, in one portable and easy-to-use volume, all the essential materials needed to practice in the Court of Protection, namely:

  • Narrative Background
  • Procedural Guides (outlining the steps for making various court applications)
  • Key Primary and Secondary Legislation (including the Mental Capacity Act 2005, Court of Protection Rules 2017 and accompanying Practice Directions), with expert annotations
  • Forms with Guidance Notes
  • Case Summaries
  • International Materials Court of Protection Practice is the leading procedural work, used daily by the specialist nominated judges and those practitioners who appear in the courts before them.

What’s new for 2022?

  • Detailed narrative analysis and practical guidance on all recent case law and procedural developments
  • The latest developments in deprivation of liberty law and reform
  • The effect of the pandemic on mental capacity law and practice
  • The latest law report summaries
  • Updated precedents to reflect changes in practice and procedures
  • Up to date forms