Go-ahead for legal review of adult care

November 2008
Community Care;11/27/2008, Issue 1749, p9
The article reports on the move of the Department of Health concerning the review adult social care law in England and Wales. The law aims to create a single over-arching statute. The review of the law will be contracted by the Law Commission and its purpose is to clear up outdated, overlapping and inadequate legislation and to create a single statute along the lines of the Children Act 1989. It will also examines the legal framework for protecting adults.


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