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The Mental Health Regulations, 2013

Government of Cayman Islands Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Cayman Islands 1 November 2013 Legislation/regulation emergency, involuntary admission, mental health treatment

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The Mental Health Regulations, 2013 was made in exercise of the powers conferred by section 20 of the Mental Health Law, 2013.

This regulations document consists of the following parts:
1. Citation
2. Definitions
3. Reference to a place of safety
4. Functions of Commission: Quasi-judicial
5. Grounds of appeal to the Commission
6. Conduct of appeals
7. Places of safety
8. Decisions of Commission
9. Forms (see below)

The Forms to be used for the purposes of the Mental Health Law and the Regulations cover the following areas:
1. Assessment
2. Request for an Emergency Detention Order
3. Observation Order
4. Request for Review
5. Treatment Order
6. Assisted Outpatient Treatment Order
7. Order to Send Patient Overseas

This document was uploaded to MiNDbank on 11 November, 2014.


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