Changing law: mental capacity legislation
Changing law: mental capacity legislation

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Changing law: mental capacity legislation

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  • Department of Constitutional Affairs (2007) Mental Capacity Act 2005 Code of Practice, London, The Stationery Office.
  • House of Lords Select Committee on Medical Ethics (1994) Report, HL 21 1993–94.
  • House of Lords and House of Commons (2003) Vol I Report together with formal minutes, Joint Committee on the Draft Mental Incapacity Bill, HL paper 189-I, HC 1083-I.
  • Law Commission (1990) Mentally Incapacitated Adults and Decision-making, CP No 119.
  • Law Commission (1993a) Mentally Incapacitated Adults and Decision-making: A New Jurisdiction, CP No 128.
  • Law Commission (1993b) Mentally Incapacitated Adults and Decision-making: Medical Treatment and Research, CP No 129.
  • Law Commission (1993c) Mentally Incapacitated Adults and Decision-making: Protection of Vulnerable Adults, CP No 130.
  • Law Commission (1995) Mental Incapacity, Law Com No 231, London, HMSO.
  • Lord Chancellor’s Department (1997) Who Decides, (Cm 3803, Green Paper).
  • Lord Chancellor’s Department (1999) Making Decisions, (Cm 4465, White Paper).
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