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Updated guidance on judicial deprivation of liberty authorisations
Date:18 JUN 2015
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Thirty Nine Essex Street Chambers has produced updated guidance on judicial deprivation of liberty authorisations to take account of this week’s decision of the Court of Appeal in Re X.

The guidance is likely to be further updated in due course as it becomes clearer what is to happen to the Re X procedure in light of the decision.

Click here to view the guidance.
The guidance note was originally published on the Mental Capacity Law and Policy website and has been reproduced here with permission of the copyright owner.
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