102Powers of Tribunal on review under section 101
(1)On the review of a determination under section 101 of this Act, the Tribunal may make an order under this section—
(a)revoking the determination;
(b)revoking both the determination and the compulsory treatment order;
(c)confirming the determination; or
(d)confirming the determination and varying the compulsory treatment order by modifying—
(i)the measures; or
(ii)any recorded matter,
specified in it.
(2)Before making a decision under subsection (1) above, the Tribunal shall allow the persons mentioned in subsection (3) below the opportunity—
(a)of making representations (whether orally or in writing); and
(b)of leading, or producing, evidence.
(3)Those persons are—
(b)the patient’s named person;
(c)any guardian of the patient;
(d)any welfare attorney of the patient;
(e)the mental health officer;
(f)the patient’s responsible medical officer;
(g)the patient’s primary carer;
(h)any curator ad litem appointed in respect of the patient by the Tribunal; and
(i)any other person appearing to the Tribunal to have an interest in the determination.