It doesn’t matter how long you do this job, there are always a certain set of questions that are repeatedly asked by those looking to put their home on the market. Be it seasoned property sellers or
In the last of four articles about using a Power of Attorney or Deputyship Order to make gifts, we talk about what happens when Attorneys overstep the mark and make unauthorised gifts?
The Office of
Week 3 of our look at the OPG’s Guidance (PN7) for Attorneys and Deputies making gifts on behalf of the Donor of the LPA/EPA or Deputyship Order.
Applying to the court of protection
We continue our look at the Guidance PN7 for Attorneys and Deputies making gifts on behalf of the Donor of the LPA/EPA or Deputyship Order. It is a bit dry, sorry, but it is important stuff.
The office of the public Guardian (OPG) has provided new guidance (PN7) for Attorneys and Deputies considering gifts on behalf the person they act for (the Donor). The guidance applies to attorneys
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