Various Incapacitated Persons, Re (Appointment of Trust Corporations As Deputies)  EWCOP 3
Judgment looking at the Court’s concerns, where an application has been made to appoint a Trust Corporation as a Deputy, about the information required for the Court to be satisfied that the corporation is a fit and proper legal person to hold such appointment.
The case involved 36 applicants covering 11 different trust corporations, all of which are affiliated to solicitor practices.
In this judgment HHJ Hilder reviews the relevant law concerning the appointment of deputies and notes changes in the commercial legal landscape since the introduction of the MCA 2005. From  she summarises her conclusions on each point.
These are helpfully then presented in Schedule 2 to the main judgment reproduced below.
Read the full text of the judgment on Bailii
Information/undertakings to be provided by an authorised person on behalf of a trust corporation seeking to be appointed as property and affairs deputy
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