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Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003

Breach of order
Section 176: medical treatment: failure to attend

324.Section 176 makes provision for breach of a compulsion order where the patient fails to attend for medical treatment. It applies the provisions in section 112 with regard to compulsory treatment orders to compulsion orders but with certain minor modifications (see paragraph 157 of these Notes).

Section 177: non-compliance generally with compulsion order

325.Section 177 relates to non-compliance generally with a compulsion order. It lists the various sections relating to compulsory treatment orders in Chapter 5 of Part 7 that apply to compulsion orders but with the modifications set out in subsections (2) and (3).

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