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The Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act in action - Webinar Package

NZ $179.00
Judge Vivienne Ullrich QC Annette Gray
Judge Vivienne Ullrich QC
Annette Gray
Buchanan Gray

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Webinar Archive Presentation

Presentation time: 90 minutes

The Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act applies to people who are not fully able to manage their own affairs due to age-related conditions or mental incapacity.

This extended webinar, led by a Family Court Judge and senior counsel working in this area, will cover the high points of a “how to” guide for anyone who undertakes PPPR Act work for parties or as counsel for the subject person. It will provide advice about care and property planning for older clients or those clients with older or incapacitated family members. A substantial and comprehensive booklet accompanies this webinar.

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Authors: Judge Vivienne Ullrich QC, Annette Gray
Published: 4 May, 2012
Pages: 92


The Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988 (PPPR Act) is described as an Act to provide for the protection and promotion of the personal and property rights of persons who are not fully able to manage their own affairs.

It provides a means of guardianship for adult persons and for management of property where people are unable to manage their own affairs. The Act provides for a person to appoint another to act on his or her behalf in respect of their personal care and welfare if that person becomes mentally incapable, or to act in relation to that person’s property affairs.

This comprehensive book is a great ”how to” guide for anyone who undertakes PPPR Act work.


PowerPoint Presentation

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Number of Slides: 31

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