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SCHEDULES

SCHEDULE 1AE+W[F1Persons ineligible to be deprived of liberty by this Act]

Textual Amendments

F1Sch. 1A omitted (16.5.2019 for specified purposes) by virtue of Mental Capacity (Amendment) Act 2019 (c. 18), s. 6(3), Sch. 2 para. 2(c)

[F1Part 2E+WInterpretation

ApplicationE+W

6This Part applies for the purposes of this Schedule.

Mental health regimesE+W

7The mental health regimes are—

(a)the hospital treatment regime,

(b)the community treatment regime, and

(c)the guardianship regime.

Hospital treatment regimeE+W

8(1)P is subject to the hospital treatment regime if he is subject to—E+W

(a)a hospital treatment obligation under the relevant enactment, or

(b)an obligation under another England and Wales enactment which has the same effect as a hospital treatment obligation.

(2)But where P is subject to any such obligation, he is to be regarded as not subject to the hospital treatment regime during any period when he is subject to the community treatment regime.

(3)A hospital treatment obligation is an application, order or direction of a kind listed in the first column of the following table.

(4)In relation to a hospital treatment obligation, the relevant enactment is the enactment in the Mental Health Act which is referred to in the corresponding entry in the second column of the following table.

Hospital treatment obligationRelevant enactment
Application for admission for assessmentSection 2
Application for admission for assessmentSection 4
Application for admission for treatmentSection 3
Order for remand to hospitalSection 35
Order for remand to hospitalSection 36
Hospital orderSection 37
Interim hospital orderSection 38
Order for detention in hospitalSection 44
Hospital directionSection 45A
Transfer directionSection 47
Transfer directionSection 48
Hospital orderSection 51

Community treatment regimeE+W

9P is subject to the community treatment regime if he is subject to—

(a)a community treatment order under section 17A of the Mental Health Act, or

(b)an obligation under another England and Wales enactment which has the same effect as a community treatment order.

Guardianship regimeE+W

10P is subject to the guardianship regime if he is subject to—

(a)a guardianship application under section 7 of the Mental Health Act,

(b)a guardianship order under section 37 of the Mental Health Act, or

(c)an obligation under another England and Wales enactment which has the same effect as a guardianship application or guardianship order.

England and Wales enactmentsE+W

11(1)An England and Wales enactment is an enactment which extends to England and Wales (whether or not it also extends elsewhere).E+W

(2)It does not matter if the enactment is in the Mental Health Act or not.

P within scope of Mental Health ActE+W

12(1)P is within the scope of the Mental Health Act if—E+W

(a)an application in respect of P could be made under section 2 or 3 of the Mental Health Act, and

(b)P could be detained in a hospital in pursuance of such an application, were one made.

(2)The following provisions of this paragraph apply when determining whether an application in respect of P could be made under section 2 or 3 of the Mental Health Act.

(3)If the grounds in section 2(2) of the Mental Health Act are met in P's case, it is to be assumed that the recommendations referred to in section 2(3) of that Act have been given.

(4)If the grounds in section 3(2) of the Mental Health Act are met in P's case, it is to be assumed that the recommendations referred to in section 3(3) of that Act have been given.

(5)In determining whether the ground in section 3(2)(c) of the Mental Health Act is met in P's case, it is to be assumed that the treatment referred to in section 3(2)(c) cannot be provided under this Act.

Authorised course of action, relevant care or treatment & relevant instrumentE+W

13In a case where this Schedule applies for the purposes of section 16A—

14In a case where this Schedule applies for the purposes of paragraph 17 of Schedule A1—

15(1)This paragraph applies where the question whether a person is ineligible to be deprived of liberty by this Act is relevant to either of these decisions—E+W

(a)whether or not to include particular provision (“the proposed provision”) in an order under section 16(2)(a);

(b)whether or not to give a standard authorisation under Schedule A1.

(2)A reference in this Schedule to the authorised course of action or the relevant care or treatment is to be read as a reference to that thing as it would be if—

(a)the proposed provision were included in the order, or

(b)the standard authorisation were given.

(3)A reference in this Schedule to the relevant instrument is to be read as follows—

(a)where the relevant instrument is an order under section 16(2)(a): as a reference to the order as it would be if the proposed provision were included in it;

(b)where the relevant instrument is a standard authorisation: as a reference to the standard authorisation as it would be if it were given.

Expressions used in paragraph 5E+W

16(1)These expressions have the meanings given—E+W

(2)A decision of a donee or deputy is valid if it is made—

(a)within the scope of his authority as donee or deputy, and

(b)in accordance with Part 1 of this Act.

Expressions with same meaning as in Mental Health ActE+W

17(1)Hospital” has the same meaning as in Part 2 of the Mental Health Act.E+W

(2)Medical treatment” has the same meaning as in the Mental Health Act.

(3)Mental disorder” has the same meaning as in Schedule A1 (see paragraph 14).]