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Does a Court Order issued pursuant to Part V of the MCA have a fixed term of duration?

MCA Court Orders are typically issued for an unspecified term of duration, until such further application by the Deputy(ies) or P himself/herself. Banks are sometimes presented with valid Court Orders several years after their issue date to enable.


  • Court-appointed Deputy(ies) to commence a new relationship with the Bank, by opening an account in P’s name with Bank A after years of a prior banking relationship with another bank, Bank B;

  • To deposit cheques payable to P over time; or

  • Broadly, for any changes to P’s needs over time.

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