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Loi relative à l’hospitalisation sans leur consentement de personnes atteintes de troubles mentaux . Mémorial A n° 263 (Law regarding involuntary admission for persons with mental disorders)

the Government of Luxembourg the Parliament of Luxembourg Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Luxembourg 31 December 2009 Legislation/regulation consent, involuntary admission

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La présente loi règle l'admission, le placement et le séjour sans leur consentement de personnes atteintes de troubles mentaux dans un service de psychiatrie d'un hôpital ou dans un établissement psychiatrique spécialisé.

This Act regulates the admission, placement and residence for involuntarily admitted persons with mental disorders in a psychiatric hospital or in a specialized psychiatric facility

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