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April 2022 Digest Overview
- Testamentary capacity – Hughes v Pritchard  EWCA 386
Online probate service update
- TRS manual amended
- ‘Put up or shut up’ order – Parsons v Reid  EWHC 755
- Share of jointly owned home in absence of declaration of trust – Hudson v Hathway  EWHC 631
- OECD proposes new rules on crypto asset reporting
- UK residential property reporting for CGT
- Updated version of form 64-8
Elderly & Vulnerable
- Consultation on changes to MCA Code of Practice and implementation of Liberty Protection Safeguards
- Legislation proposed by EU Commission for cross-border protection of vulnerable adults
- Local Government Ombudsman censures Hamilton Care over failing to account for client’s money
- Role of Advance Decision in case of person subject to Community Treatment Order – Re Q – Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust  EWCOP 6