Some people can object to the registration of certain decision support arrangements. This means they are challenging or formally disagreeing with something about the arrangement. This could be a concern about the types of decisions included in the arrangement, the person’s capacity to enter into the arrangement, or the suitability of the decision supporter.
We review objections to certain decision support arrangements. This section provides information about who can make an objection, the reasons an objection can be made and how to make one.