What Is The Difference Between A Corporate Appointee And A Deputy?

A corporate appointee is an organisation such as a care home or local authority or specialist organisation such as The Money Carer Foundation that manages the benefits and bills on behalf of a client who is incapable of managing their own finances. A deputy will have these responsibilities too as well as the duties and powers of a deputyship.

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