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This leading textbook is aimed at lawyers, judges, health care practitioners and local authority professionals who have to deal with the most ethically challenging cases which face the courts: medical treatment decisions. It offers a practical, readily accessible text for those dealing with providing medical treatment to those without capacity in real life.
The book provides not only a clear description of the legal principles applied by Court of Protection judges and the arguments deployed by the authors in the many Court of Protection cases in which they appear, but also a large number of precedents and appendices which will ease the preparation for court hearings (which are often heard as an emergency).
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