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It is a common misconception that you apply for Court of Protection. This is not correct. You must apply to the Court of Protection to appoint a deputy to make decisions on behalf of someone who lacks mental capacity. You can also apply to the Court of Protection to make decisions in situations where another person does not have the authority to make these decisions on the person's behalf.