The Court of Protection & Trust Corporations - New Guidance
The Court of Protection has handed down an important judgment in Various Incapacitated Persons and the Appointment of Trust Corporations as Deputies .
This test case sets down guidance for trust corporations that apply to the Court for appointment as deputy for incapacitated persons.
The judgment details the information required by the Court to be satisfied that a trust corporation is a proper legal person to hold the appointment of deputy. It also refers to how the level of security bond should be set.
For anyone practising in this area, this webinar is for you.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- The principles the Court will apply when considering whether a trust corporation is a proper legal person to hold the appointment of deputy
- The principles the Court will apply in setting the level of security bond
- The information a trust corporation will now need to provide when applying to be appointed as deputy for an incapacitated person
- Ongoing duties and responsibilities to the Court and the Public Guardian
- Implications of the judgment for regulated and non-regulated trust corporations
This webinar was recorded on 2nd May 2018
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