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Lunacy Legislation

Government Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Sierra Leone 30 November 1905 Legislation/regulation legal capacity

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Chapter 157 Lunacy Ordinance 1902
An ordinance to consolidate and amend the ordinances relating to lunacy

Chapter 158 Lunatics Removal Ordinance no. 20 of 1932
An ordinance to make provision for the removal of lunatics from the colony and protectorate of Sierra Leone.

Chapter 159 Lunatics Removal (West African territories) Ordinance 39 of 1905 (30th November 1905)
An ordinance to consolidate and amend the law with respect to the removal and return of lunatics in certain West African territories to and from the colony of Sierra Leone.


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