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Heywood & Massey: Court of Protection Practice
Heywood & Massey: Court of Protection Practice
13th Edition
Number of volumes: 1
Series:  Sweet & Maxwell's Tax Library
ISBN:  9780421826809
General Editor: David Rees, QC
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Setting out in full the practice and procedures of the Court, Heywood and Massey: Court of Protection Practice:
  • Reproduces the Mental Capacity Act 2005 together with the Explanatory Notes and Codes of Practice
  • Examines the creation and registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney and related issues
  • Examines the handling of the patients’ banking, finance and investments, including investment policy
  • Considers the maintenance and welfare of the patient and their dependants, dealing with issues such as benefits and trusts, and the sale or purchase of property
  • Offers detailed commentary on statutory wills and codicils, administration of estates, and gifts and settlements
  • Covers disputes, including where a patient is a litigant, and looks at methods of arriving at a solution
  • Provides a selection of forms and precedents
  • Contains comprehensively updated content dealing with the Court’s jurisdiction over property and affairs, taking the Mental Capacity Act 2005 into account
  • Includes commentary on the Court’s new jurisdiction relating to medical and personal welfare decisions for those lacking mental capacity
  • Incorporates new chapters on the practice and procedure of the Court of Protection
  • Provides additional commentary on the appointment by the Court of Deputies and the transitional provisions for existing receivers
  • Mental incapacity
  • Practice and procedure
  • First appointment of a receiver
  • Receivership after first general order
  • Enduring powers of attorney: creation and registration
  • Enduring powers of attorney: other matters
  • Funds in court
  • Investments
  • Maintenance and allowances
  • General administration
  • The patient as litigant
  • Sales on land
  • Purchase of property and other conveyancing matters
  • Wills and codicils
  • Settlements and gift
Case digest
Forms and precedents
Practice directions and notes
Fees and costs
Relevant statutes
Statutory instruments
Addresses and websites
the patient as trustee
The patient and administration of estates

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