Case Law

Charging for care and support under the Care Act 2014: R (SH) v Norfolk County Council [2020] EWHC 3436 (Admin)

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By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction Unlike the NHS, social care is not a free, universal service. Councils have powers to charge for services that they provide, based on a means test. It can be distressing for individuals to find out that a significant amount of their income will be consumed by charges for care and support. […]

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