A Mental Health Trust v ER and An NHS Foundation Trust

A Mental Health Trust v ER and An NHS Foundation Trust


Summary In this case, Lieven J considered the capacity and best interests of ER, a 49-year-old woman with a diagnosis of anorexia. ER’s personal history with eating disorders had been… Read more »

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A Local Authority v M, F, A and B


These family proceedings considered whether two young children should be placed in long-term foster care or for adoption. But we cover it because useful lessons were identified which can be… Read more »

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King v The Wright Roofing Company Ltd


Summary  In this personal injury case, Kerr J had to decide whether the claimant had capacity to conduct the proceedings, and whether he had capacity to manage his property and… Read more »

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CS v FB


In this case, Mostyn J was confronted by what to do where it appeared that one of the parties to proceedings between parents concerning a child lacked capacity to conduct… Read more »

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TB v KB and LH (Capacity to Conduct Proceedings)


Summary In this case Macdonald J had cause to consider the phenomenon of executive dysfunction in the context of the question of capacity to conduct proceedings both before the Court… Read more »

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DM v Dorset County Council


Summary[1] This is a (relatively) rare decision about capacity to conduct proceedings.  It concerns an application for permission to appeal a determination of HHJ Dancey that a man, DM, lacked… Read more »

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Mr & Mrs Z v Kent County Council


Summary This case concerned a wide range of issues in the context of family proceedings which had gone badly wrong, of which for present purposes the most relevant is the issue… Read more »

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London Borough of Brent v (1) SL (by her litigation friend, the Official Solicitor) (2) NL


Summary This case concerned SL, a 60 year old woman with a diagnosis of schizophrenia and obsessive compulsive disorder. The central issue in this case was whether SL had capacity… Read more »

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PI v West London Mental Health NHS Trust


Summary How should the First-tier Tribunal (Mental Health) react when, during the course of a tribunal hearing, it appears that the patient no longer has capacity to appoint or instruct… Read more »

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Evesham and Pershore Housing Association Ltd v Werrett


In this civil case the judge was faced with the defendant’s application for permission to appeal and, if granted, the appeal from a decision that the defendant had capacity to litigate.

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