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Residential Care Homes (Elderly Persons) Ordinance

Government of Hong Kong SAR Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Hong Kong SAR 9 February 2012 Legislation/regulation elderly care, service standards

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An Ordinance to regulate homes established for the residential care of persons who have attained the age of 60 years. This Ordinance shall not apply to- 1) any residential care home maintained and controlled by the Government; the Housing Authority; any residential care home used or intended for use solely for the purpose of the medical treatment of
persons requiring medical treatment; any residential care home or type or description of residential care home excluded by the Director by order published in the Gazette.

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