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The Mental Capacity Act (2005) regulates decision-making processes on behalf of adults who are unable to give informed consent due to a loss in mental capacity (be that from birth or due to an illness or injury at some point in their lives).
Since the act's implementation, the new Court of Protection has been firmly establishec. and there have been significant Supreme Court cases, as well as further guidance on the 2005 Act and major developments in the use and assessment for Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
Thoroughly updated to take into account the many updates, developments, and changes in legislation and guidance, the new edition of Dimond's authoritative guide will be warmly welcome by practitioners and students who need to understand and work within the Mental Capacity Act and how it applies to their professional responsibilities.