The Court of Protection, along with wider society, is going through an extraordinarily rapid transformation to address the consequences of the pandemic. A useful set of resources relating to the wider operation of courts including legal aid can be found on the Mental Health Law Online website here ; the Judiciary website has also collated advice and guidance here. Key resources relating to the Court of Protection are the guidance letters from the Vice-President, Hayden J, as follows in reverse chronological order :. Further guidance is likely to be forthcoming, and Hayden J has formed the HIVE group to meet remotely at regular intervals throughout the present public health crisis. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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REDUCED COURT FEES! (BUT ONLY IN COURT OF PROTECTION)
It is rare we have the opportunity to alert out clients to a reduction in court fees, but here we are. Fee remissions are available if the person making the application or the person the application is the subject of, cannot afford to pay the same. The fee remission is made via form COP44A link here. Otherwise the fee is payable by the party who submits the appeal. The fee must be provided with the application, but depending on the nature of the application the fee is likely to be recoverable from the person the application is about. If your application relates to a personal welfare matter, then you must pay the fee yourself.