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The Mental Health Commission Law, 2013

Government of Cayman Islands Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Cayman Islands 16 May 2013 Legislation/regulation

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This is a law to establish the Mental Health Commission; provide for its functions and powers; and for incidental and connected purposes.

This law consists of the following sections:
1. Short title and commencement
2. Interpretation
3. Mental Health Commission established
4. Constitution, membership, etc., of Commission
5. Meetings of Commission
6. Secretary to the Commission
7. Functions of Commission: Quasi-judicial
8. Functions of Commission: Recommendations to Health Practice Commission and Councils
9. Functions of Commission: general
10. Incidental powers and cautions of Commission
11. Delegation of functions
12. Advice of Commission to Health Practice Commission and Councils
13. Minister may give policy directions to Commission
14. Regulations


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