This case concerned the issues of where the Patient should live and who she should see.
The Patient was living in a care home after suffering from a stroke. The court had to decide whether the benefits of the Patient moving to the Midlands from the South West to live with her exdaughter in-law outweighed the potential loss of relationships with family in the South West.
The court came to the conclusion that it was in P's best interests to be moved to live at her exdaughter in-law's property with some conditions attached.
Read the full text of the judgment on Bailii
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