Legislation

Section 21A – Powers of the court in relation to schedule A1

Introduction

This section gives the Court of Protection jurisdiction in relation to standard and urgent authorisations given under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS) provisions in Schedule A1 to the Act. For example, the Court may determine if the qualifying requirements for a standard authorisation were in fact met and the period for which the authorisation […]

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Legislation

Section 21A – Powers of the court in relation to schedule A1

Introduction

This section gives the Court of Protection jurisdiction in relation to standard and urgent authorisations given under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS) provisions in Schedule A1 to the Act. For example, the Court may determine if the qualifying requirements for a standard authorisation were in fact met and the period for which the authorisation […]

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