Courts can intervene to protect vulnerable adults not lacking mental capacity

17th of April 2012

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 has not ousted the High Court's ability to protect vulnerable adults who are under constraint, subject to coercion or undue influence.

That is the outcome of a recent Court of Appeal case.

To read the report from Social Housing News, please click here

To read the judgement in full, please click here

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