The authorities mentioned above do not indicate that an appointment of the Court or other legal authority is necessary to allow one party to make another party liable under an agreement if the other party is unable to bear the responsibility of another party. In paragraph 6 of paragraph 6, Mark J.A. is not authoritative in saying that the parents can attach it only to the authority of the Court. The appointment of the mother in February 2010, on the order of the Safeguarding Tribunal, by which she can act on certain points on behalf of the applicant, is relevant if the mother wanted to sign the lease on behalf of her daughter. (i) The abandonment of his tenancy agreement causes him to lose the right to live or return, and thus the possibility of exchanging that rent for another council rent. Across the country, some local authorities have submitted leases to their service users and invited them to sign, even though they know that the person does not have the intellectual capacity to enter into a contract. If a person does not have the mental capacity to sign a tenant and there is no one with the authority to do so (LPA, court-appointed assistant), then only the protection court can authorize it. Can be done on the papers. Instructions here. A contract entered into by a person whose cases are protected by the court under the MCA is set aside in the case of such a party – although the contract binds the other party (Re Walker  1 Ch 60). The rationale seems to be that, if the persons` cases are subject to the control of the court, an injunction attempted does not bind them, as it would affect the judicial control of the property.
The same would be true for people with permanent power of attorney. If you know that there is already a power of attorney or a substitute, this should be your starting point. A word of caution here – there may be a few former MPs (before the law comes into force) where they will not have enough authority to sign the agreement.