The court ratified past and future gifts from the P's estate according to the OS's submissions.
Declarations made that it was in the P's best interests for the insertion of a tracheostomy and associated treatment at the direction of the treating team.
The P was allowed to return home to die.
Even if an incapacitious person regains capacity during the relevant period, he cannot, as a matter of law, enter into a binding agreement to dispose of or deal with property.
The P was found to have capacity to consent to sexual relations.
Declaration that the P, who was pregnant, should have a termination was set aside.
Application by NHS Trust for the court to make an anticipatory and contingent declaration in the event that the pregnant P became incapacitated. The application was granted.
Application by an NHS Trust for an order in respect of a 24 year old pregnant woman who the Trust say lacks capacity and in whose best interests it is said to have a termination of pregnancy.
Application brought by an NHS Trust for declarations whether it is in JP's best interests to: i) deliver her baby via a Caesarean section under general anaesthetic; ii) to be transferred to hospital from her home in accordance with the transfer plan; and iii) not inform her of the outcome of these proceedings.
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