Reconsideration of a decision dismissing the respondents' objections to the applicant's application to be appointed as her mother's deputy for property and affairs, principally because the daughter lived in the USA. The respondents' objections were dismissed, the judge saying that the fact that someone lives outside the jurisdiction should not be an impediment to their appointment as a deputy if, in all other respects, they are the most suitable candidate to be appointed and their appointment is in P's best interests.
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