The Patient's daughter had succeeded in her application that CANH should be withdrawn and that her mother should be transferred to a hospice (see Re N  EWCOP 76). The Patient's daughter made an application for costs against the CCG. The judge held that the CCG should pay half the applicant's costs in circumstances where "their responses entailed avoidable delay and, particularly at the procedural stages, a disturbing disregard for National Guidelines".
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