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Legislation, Forms and Practice Directions – Court of Protection Handbook

These are maintained here for the time being as they be of relevance in the transitional period to the new regime under the Court of Protection Rules You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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Notify me of new posts via email. Under the provisions of PD24C Transitional Provisions an application made under the Rules using the old forms current on 30 November will be accepted until close of business on 12 Januaryor such later date as the Senior Judge may direct.

Participation of P 2A: Levels of Judiciary 2B: Authorised court officers 2C: Hearings including reporting restrictions 4B: Court of Bundles 4C: The model order can be found herewith an accompanying note from the Vice-President. An unofficial Word version can be found here.

Statements of truth 6A: Service of documents 6B: Service out of the jurisdiction 7A: The application form 9B: Notification of other persons cop44z an application has been issued 9C: Responding to an application 9D: Applications to appoint or discharge a trustee 9G: Applications relating to the registration of enduring powers of attorney 10A: Applications within proceedings 10B: Urgent and interim applications foem Deprivation of liberty applications 12A: Human Rights Act 13A: Fees for examiners of the court 14D: Section 49 reports 15A: Change of solicitor 19A: Fixed costs in the Court of Protection 20A: Allocation of appeals 21A: Contempt of courts 22A: Civil restraint orders 23A: International protection of adults 24A: Request for cop44w where notice of objection prevents Public Guardian from registering enduring power of attorney 24B: Where P ceases to lack capacity or dies 24C: Re X process Practice Direction: Previous Practice Directions to 1 December These are maintained here for from time being as they be of relevance in the transitional period to the new regime under the Court of Protection Rules Participation of P 3A: Authorised court officers 3B: Levels of Judiciary 3C: General Provisions — court documents 4B: Service of Documents 6B: Service Out of the Jurisdiction 7A: How to start proceedings — the application form 9B: How to start proceedings — notification of other persons that an application form has been issued 9C: How to start proceedings — responding to an application 9D: How to start proceedings — applications relating to serious medical treatment 9F: How to start proceedings — applications to appoint or discharge a trustee 9H: How to start proceedings — applications relating to the registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney 10A: Applications within proceedings 10AA: Deprivation of Liberty applications 10B: Applications within Proceedings — urgent and interim applications 11A: Cop444a — hearings including reporting restrictions 13B: Admissions, Evidence and Depositions — written evidence 14B: Admissions, Evidence and Depositions — depositions 14C: Admissions, Evidence and Depositions — fees for examiners of the court 14D: Admissions, Evidence and Depositions — witness summons 14E: Admissions, Evidence and Depositions — section 49 reports 15A: Admissions, Evidence and Depositions — written evidence 17A: Rule 3A Representatives 18A: Change of Solicitor 19A: Costs — Costs in the Court of Protection 19B: Allocation of Appeals 21A: Enforcement — contempt of court 22A: Transitory and Transitional Provisions — transitional provisions 22B: Transitory and Transitional Provisions — transitory provisions 22C: Transitory and Transitional Provisions — appeals against decisions made under Part 7 of the Mental Health Act or under the Enduring Powers of Attorney Act which are brought on or after commencement 23A: Miscellaneous — request for directions where notice of objection prevents Public Guardian from registering Enduring Power of Attorney 23B: Miscellaneous — where P ceases to lack capacity or dies.

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