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Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment Act

Government of Nova Scotia Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Nova Scotia 31 December 2010 Legislation/regulation involuntary admission, mental health service

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Mental health legislation concerning involuntary psychiatric treatment in Nova Scotia.

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