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The Court of Protection exists to protect people who are no longer capable of making some or all of their own decisions, usually by authorising the appointment of a ‘deputy’.
The Court can make decisions about:
- your property and finances; and
- your health and welfare.
However, the Court cannot make decisions on your behalf merely because you are ill or vulnerable – it can only do so if you lack capacity.
For more information, please download our Court of Protection and Deputyship Factsheet.
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