Case Law

Deprivation of liberty and parental consent: D (A Child) [2017]

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By Rebecca Stickler, barrister, Guildhall Chambers Points for practice In practice, the decision in Re D means the following: (a) there will be no deprivation of liberty, calling for a court order to supply lawful authority for the deprivation, if there is valid consent to an objective deprivation of liberty. In relation to young people […]

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