References 

 
  • Department of Justice formerly known as Attorney General's Department of New South Wales 2005 Are the rights of people whose capacity is in question being adequately promoted and protected?
  • Capacity Assessment Office, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General 1996 Guidelines for Conducting Assessments of Capacity
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  • Department for Constitutional Affairs of the United Kingdom 2007 Mental Incapacity Act 2005: Code of Practice
  • Intellectual Disability Rights Service 2001 Fact Sheet, Maximising a Person's Ability to Make Their Own Decisions
  • Law Reform Commission of Ireland 2005 Consultation Paper on Vulnerable Adults and the Law: Capacity
  • Manitoba Law Reform Commission 1999 Informal Assessment of Competence
  • New South Wales Law Society 2003 Client Capacity Guidelines: Civil and Family Law Matters
  • New South Wales Law Society 2003 Guidelines for Solicitors Preparing an Enduring Power of Attorney
  • Privacy NSW 2004 Best Practice Guide: Privacy and people with decision-making disabilities
  • Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia 2000 Practice Guidelines for Incapability Assessment
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