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Lag (1991:1129) om rättspsykiatrisk vård (Forensic Mental Health Care Act, 1991:1129)

The Swedish Parliament Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Sweden 31 December 1991 Legislation/regulation inpatient, mental health system, severe mental illness

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The law applies to anyone who:
1. Following a decision by the court shall be given psychiatric care,
2. are arrested, detained or admitted to a unit for psychiatric examination,
3. contained in, or be relegated to the correctional institution or
4. contained in, or be relegated to a youth detention as a result of a judgment in the care of a minor

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