Detailing the options relating to the management of the estate and interests of a client who lacks mental capacity.
Heywood & Massey is the authoritative work on the practice and procedure of the Court of Protection. It provides analysis of developments in practice, detailing the options relating to the management of the estate and interests of a client who lacks mental capacity. In looseleaf format, Heywood & Massey is equipped to respond to this rapidly changing and expanding area of law. Key features include: * All aspects to administering a patient's affairs * Expanded treatment of Enduring Powers of Attorney and Statutory Wills * Detailed analysis of issues surrounding capacity * Personal injury and older client issues * Forms, precedents and cases
The Court of Protectionappointment of a receiver. Receivership after First General Order. Enduring powers of attorney. Enduring powers after registration. Administration of the patient's affairs. Investments. Property. Costs. Wills. Settlement and gifts. The patient: as trustee; as executor and administrator; as litigant. Disputes about the patient s interests. Digest of cases. Forms. Precedents. Cases.