Capacity and best interests decision concerning whether KF has capacity to have sexual relations with KF, a man who has sexually assaulted her in the past.
Judgment concerning whether a donor under a Lasting Power of Attorney for Property and Financial Affairs (LPA) executed in 2009 had capacity to execute it.
Judgment from the Vice President (following an ex tempore one) concerning the medical treatment of PH, who had been subject to physical restraint in order to take blood samples.
Application concerning whether a woman has capacity to consent to the termination of her pregnancy.
Application seeking declarations that Q lacks capacity to litigate, make decisions about her medical treatment and had lacked capacity when making an advance decision to refuse treatment.
Appeal concerning when an individual lacks capacity to consent to sexual relations and whether that assessment should also take into account their capacity to understand whether the other person has given consent. Appeal dismissed.
Application by a daughter (WU), as representative for other family members, seeking orders that their mother (BU) lacks capacity to make decisions about her contact, restricting contact with another man and for a forced marriage protection order to be put in place.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v AH & Ors (Serious Medical Treatment)  EWCOP 51
Judgment concerning whether the mechanical ventilation of a woman lacking capacity should be discontinued.
Judgment related to whether a young woman has the capacity to make decisions in a range of matters including the management of her own affairs.
Application for the committal of one of the P's sons because of his breach of seven court orders. No custodial sentence or fine was imposed.
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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