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The Mental Treatment Act, Chapter 270, Revised Edition, 1964

Government of Uganda Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Uganda 31 December 1964 Legislation/regulation mental health care, mental health treatment

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The Mental Treatment Act is a piece of legislation that governs: the adjudication of persons of unsound mind; the control of mental hospitals and patients therein; offences committed by persons of unsound mind; and, other legal matters concerning mental illness.

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