The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (the Act) aims to protect people who lack capacity, and maximise their ability to make decisions or participate in decision-making. The Act is underpinned by five statutory principles:

Principle 1: A presumption of capacity. …
Principle 2: Individuals being supported to make their own decisions. …
Principle 3: Unwise decisions. …
Principle 4: Best interests. …
Principle 5: Less restrictive option.

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