Public Guardian practice note: deputy final reports
The Office of the Public Guardian's policy on asking for a final report from a court-appointed deputy.
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The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) will ask for a deputy’s final report if:
- a person who lacked capacity and had a deputy dies
- a deputy dies
- a person stops acting as a deputy for some other reason
The practice note explains who should give the final report and how they should do it.