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Bell v Tavistock Court of Appeal Judgment: An Explainer

Bell v Tavistock Court of Appeal Judgment: An Explainer

On 17 September 2021 the Court of Appeal handed down the awaited judgment in the case of Bell v Tavistock. The full written case report can be found here. We reported on the Divisional court’s decision at the end of last year, and on the Court of Appeal hearing which...

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Court of Protection

Discharging a party in a case – without telling them why

Discharging a party in a case – without telling them why

This newly published judgment, Re P (Discharge of Party) [2021] EWCA Civ 512 is interesting because ‘It appears that this is the first case in which a special advocate has been instructed in the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal’ [para 5]. A special advocate is a...

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Why can’t we read Prince Philip’s Will?

Why can’t we read Prince Philip’s Will?

The Royal Family in modern times live very public lives. Core members seem to have been bred in captivity, like exotic fish in an open aquarium, some of whose waters are murkier than others, but almost all of which will sooner or later be publicly visible. But not...

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