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Many people with dementia will reach a point where they can no longer make some decisions for themselves. This is known as lacking ‘mental capacity’ to make those decisions. When this happens, someone else – often a carer or family member – will need to decide on behalf of the person with dementia.

  • Or a study where machine learning was able to predict judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights with “strong accuracy” (perhaps Boris Johnson might be interested in that last robot, but I digress…).
  • Fees for creating an LPA vary, so you might want to contact a few to compare their fees and the service they offer.
  • You must keep separate up-to-date accounts of the donor’s financial affairs.
  • The fundamentals of a crime are known as theactus reusand themens rea.

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