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PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE:AB v LCC (A Local Authority) and The Care Manager of BCH  EWHC 3151 (COP),  COPLR 314
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(Court of Protection, Mostyn J, 6 December 2011)
The 81-year-old man suffered from vascular dementia, memory and cognitive impairment as well as diabetes and after being admitted to hospital in a state of neglect he was accommodated in a residential care home under Sch A1 to the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
The court provided guidance as to the principal and procedure of appointing a Relevant Person’s Representative as litigation friend.