Unusually, this applicant had to pay costs in a Property and Financial Affairs case – the penalty for wasted work

By Georgina Baidoun, 19th August 2022 The CourtServe listing for this case was tweeted by the Open Justice Court of Protection Project like this: Having acted as Court of Protection Deputy for my mother’s Property and Financial Affairs, and having been threatened by the Public Guardian with my removal (otherwise known as ‘discharge’), I decidedContinue reading “Unusually, this applicant had to pay costs in a Property and Financial Affairs case – the penalty for wasted work”