Wardship – Practice and Procedure – An update December 2020

This one hour lecture deals the various procedures available to practitioners in bringing Warship applications. It sets out the test for Wardship as laid down by Order 67 of The Rules of the Superior Courts and The Lunacy Regulation (Ireland) Act 1871. The lecture also explains how to bring an application for an Intended Warship pursuant to Section 11 of the Act and explains what a temporary Ward is.

Topics covered:

  • The test for Wardship
  • Intended Wardship procedure
  • Section 11 Order
  • Procedural safeguards
  • Treatment Orders
  • Best Interests test
  • Test/ Standard of Proof

Teaching method:  

e-Lecture, PowerPoint;

Duration & pricing:

  • Net-Duration: 1 hour

To book this lecture, please refer to: 2021 Legal CPD programme

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