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Re N [2015] EWCOP 76
Date:20 NOV 2015
Law Reporter
(Court of Protection, Hayden J, 19 November 2015)

The judge granted a declaration determining whether it was in the best interests of the patient to receive life sustaining treatment after an application was made pursuant to s.15 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA).

Case No: COP 126735597
Neutral Citation Number: [2015] EWCOP 76

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
COURT OF PROTECTION

Royal Courts of Justice
Strand
London
WC2A 2LL

Date: 19/11/2015

Before :

MR JUSTICE HAYDEN
SITTING AS A JUDGE OF THE COURT OF PROTECTION

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Between :

M
Applicant

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Mrs. N (By her litigation friend, the Official Solicitor)
1st Respondent
Bury Clinical Commissioning Group
2nd Respondent
A Care Provider
3RD  Respondent

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Mr. P. Patel (instructed by Irwin Mitchell) for the Applicant
Mr. D.Lock QC & Ms. Z Leventhal (instructed by Official Solicitor) for the 1st Respondent
Miss K. Gollop (instructed by Hempsons Solicitors) for the 2nd Respondent
Mr. V. Sachdeva QC (instructed by Brown Jacobson) for the 3rd Respondent

Hearing dates: 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 6th November 2015

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