Re UR

Mental Capacity Law Cases

Re UR


In Re UR [2021] EWCOP 10, Hayden J has set out a checklist for situations where the Court of Protection is to be asked to decide that a person should… Read more »

CategoryInternational jurisdiction of Court of Protection, Other Date

The Health Service Executive of Ireland v IM & Anor


  Knowles J has given a helpful summary of the approach to determining whether an adult with impaired decision-making capacity remains habitually resident within England and Wales. The person in… Read more »

CategoryInternational jurisdiction of Court of Protection, Other Date

QD (Habitual Residence) (No.2)


In QD (Habitual Residence) (No.2) [2020] EWCOP 14, Cobb J gave a follow up judgment to that delivered in December 2019.  In that judgment, Cobb J decided that the move… Read more »

CategoryArticle 5 ECHR - Deprivation of liberty, Article 5 ECHR, International jurisdiction of Court of Protection, Other Date

TD and BS v KD and QD


Summary QD was a man in his 60’s who suffered from dementia connected with an atypical form of Parkinson’s disease. Until September 2019, he was living with his second wife,… Read more »

CategoryInternational jurisdiction of Court of Protection, Other Date

TD and BS v KD and QD


QD was a man in his 60’s who suffered from dementia connected with an atypical form of Parkinson’s disease. Until September 2019, he was living with his second wife, KD,… Read more »

CategoryInternational jurisdiction of Court of Protection, Other Date

FT v MM and RM


In this case, Russell J highlighted a real – and problematic – difference between the ability of the English courts to protect adults abroad and children.  In 2016 a child… Read more »

CategoryOther Date

Re DB; Re EC


Summary [1] This decision concerns the habitual residence of two people placed by Scottish authorities in hospital in England.  For a Scottish perspective on the judgment, see the article by… Read more »

CategoryStatutory wills - Statutory wills, Other Date

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