Mar 8 Thanks to @jackharrison for explaining Deprivation of Liberty (chil...
Useful reminder about deprivation of liberty involving children
Mar 8 Vice President hears better evidence from medics and P is better re...
Comments came in webinar looking at the role of court observers which you can now watch for free on the Bath Publishing website. Mr Justice Hayden, Vice President of the Court of Protection, has been talking about how the Court adapted to the dema...
Mar 8 X NHS Foundation Trust & Anor v Ms A [2021] EWCOP 17
Application for the P to be transferred to hospital for an elective caesarean section. The application was granted. This application related to Ms A, a woman in her 30s, who was 38 weeks pregnant, and who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia....
Mar 8 East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust v GH [2021] EWCOP 18
Application by NHS Trust that the P be admitted to hospital, against her will, for obstetric treatment and a possible emergency caesarean section. The application was granted. ​The P suffers from anxiety, depression and acute ...
Mar 1 NZ, Re (Mental Capacity Act 2005) [2021] EWCOP 16
Application to seek a declaration that it would not be in the P's best interests to continue to receive life-sustaining treatment by way of the extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machine, (ECMO). The declaration was made. The P is a 32 year old w...
Feb 24 HD (Capacity to Engage in Sexual Relations) [2021] EWCOP 15
The court had to decide if the P had capacity to engage in sexual relations. The P has a mildly severe learning disability, epilepsy, and Type 2 diabetes.  She also has long standing behavioural problems. At the time of the hearing she lived ...
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