Practice Guidance

Case law and capacity to consent to sexual relations and marriage

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Introduction

Please note This guide is based on case law as it stood at the time of writing and is not to be taken as legal advice. If necessary, legal advice must be sought on the facts of any specific case. Contents Introduction The “act-specific approach The “relevant information” for the decision The threshold for consent to […]

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