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If someone regains capacity to make decisions themselves, they will no longer require a deputy to act on their behalf. The person who has regained capacity will need to get evidence from a medical expert to prove that they can now make decisions for themselves. An application can then be made to the Court of Protection for the deputy to be discharged. The person will then be able to manage their own affairs again as normal.