Case Law

RPRs and lasting powers of attorney: London Borough of Hillingdon v JV [2019] EWCOP 61


By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction The role of the relevant person’s representative (RPR) under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) is a vital safeguard for people being deprived of their liberty. In particular, the RPR is intended to provide the person with representation and support that is independent of the commissioners and providers of the services […]

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