A person acting under a lasting power of attorney (LPA) must always act in the incapacitated person’s best interests. So no gift is permitted if it would not be in the incapacitated person’s best interests. And this section contains additional limitations on the making of gifts from the person’s assets. The official explanatory notes to […]
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