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Rebecca Delaney
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Chris Stevenson
Barrister
Chris has particular expertise in applications in the Court of Protection made under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and in the law relating to children. He provides clear advice, advocates strongly and is committed to providing an excellent service to both private clients and publicly-funded parties.
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Chris has particular expertise in applications in the Court of Protection made under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and in the law relating to children. He provides clear advice, advocates strongly and is committed to providing an excellent service to both private clients and publicly-funded parties.
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(Court of Protection, Keehan J, 21 January 2016)Deprivation of liberty – section 20, Children Act 1989 – voluntary accommodation – consent – substituted consent –...
Deprivation of liberty - section 20, Children Act 1989 - voluntary accommodation - consent - substituted consent - parental responsibilityD, aged 16, was voluntarily accommodated in a residential unit...
(Court of Protection, District Judge Bellamy, 28 August 2015)Court of Protection – capacity – Mental Capacity Act – s 49 reports – reasonable adjustment – compliance –...
In the case of Re X (Court of Protection Practice) [2015] EWCA Civ 599, the Court of Appeal considered two decisions of the President of the Court of Protection, Sir James Munby, which had given...
(Court of Protection, Baker J, 17 July 2015) Deprivation of liberty – participation of P – Schedule 3 – recognition and enforcement – international – foreign order – joinder  Proceedings were brought...
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