The court had to decide if the P had capacity to engage in sexual relations.
The court had to decide if the P had capacity to conduct litigation, decide where she was to live and make decisions on her care and support, including sexual relations, amongst other things.
The court had to make decisions in relation to whether the P had capacity to make decisions about his engagement in AEA and in relation to his contact with people he meets online.
Application by the Police to have access to a psychological report undertaken on the P to inform them about his capacity to access the internet and social media. Application refused.
The court had to make a best interests decision in relation to the mode of delivery of the unborn child being carried by the P.
This hearing was listed to determine whether the P was able to make a capacitous decision to accept or refuse care, support and education.
Application in relation to the P's capacity to decide where she should live and whether she should continue to have contact with her abusive partner.
Appeal against a court decision that the P lacked capacity to make decisions about his residence and care. The appeal was allowed.
Application by the OS discharging a previous order for the instruction of a third independent expert psychiatrist, to assess the P’s capacity to make decisions about contact with other people. The court made the order sought.
Declarations were made that the P, who suffered from anorexia nervosa, did not have capacity to make decisions about her treatment for the condition, nor was it in her best interests to receive any further treatment.
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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