Re P Crook (2010) COP 2/7/10

The donor appointed one primary attorney and three replacement attorneys, the latter to act jointly and severally. He then imposed the following restriction: "Provided I have more than two attorneys capable of acting under this power then any decision as to the exercise of any power or discretion reached by the majority of such attorneys (acting in their capacity as attorneys) shall bind all my attorneys to the extent that no attorney of mine can take issue with the decision reached by that majority." On the application of the Public Guardian the court severed the restriction as being incompatible with a joint and several appointment. [OPG summary - LPA case.]

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Summary from OPG website.

Title: Re Crook (an order of the Senior Judge made on 2 July 2010)

Heading: Severance of restrictions incompatible with a joint and several appointment

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Summary on OPG section of Justice website†. This is a link to an archived version of the web page (archived on 6/10/14).