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The Mental Capacity (Deprivation of Liberty) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2019 (revoked)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Citation, commencement and interpretation

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

  3. PART 2 Formal Assessment of Capacity and Nominated Person

    1. 2.Persons suitably qualified to make formal capacity assessments

    2. 3.Witnesses and persons unable to sign

    3. 4.

  4. PART 3 Information, Authorisation and Extensions

    1. CHAPTER 1 Information

      1. 5.Information

      2. 6.

      3. 7.

    2. CHAPTER 2 Trust panel authorisations

      1. 8.Persons who can make a Schedule 1 authorisation

      2. 9.Form of application

      3. 10.

      4. 11.Medical report

      5. 12.Care plan

      6. 13.Information

      7. 14.

    3. CHAPTER 3 Short-term detentions in hospital for examination or examination followed by treatment

      1. 15.Responsible Medical Practitioner, alternative medical practitioner and medical practitioner

      2. 16.

      3. 17.

      4. 18.Persons who can make a report

      5. 19.Form of Schedule 2 reports and certificate

      6. 20.

      7. 20A.

      8. 21.Medical report

      9. 22.Information

    4. CHAPTER 4 Extension by report

      1. 23.Extension authorisation

      2. 24.

      3. 25.Meaning of responsible person

      4. 26.

      5. 27.

      6. 28.Information when making an extension report

      7. 29.

    5. CHAPTER 5 Extension by trust panel authorisation

      1. 30.Schedule 3 application

      2. 31.Form of application

      3. 32.

      4. 33.Medical report

      5. 34.Care plan

      6. 35.

      7. 36.

    6. CHAPTER 6 Forms and definitions

      1. 37.Forms

      2. 38.

      3. 39.

      4. 40.Descriptions of medical practitioners

      5. 41.Definitions for the purpose of Part 3

  5. PART 4 Trust Panels

    1. 42.Panel membership

    2. 43.Remuneration or allowances of auditor panel members

    3. 44.Duty to record and retain information and records

    4. 45.Assessment of the best interests

    5. 46.Decisions of the panel

    6. 47.Definition for the purpose of Part 4

  6. PART 5 Transitional Arrangements When a Deprivation of Liberty is Proposed Before a Person is 16

    1. 48.Transitional arrangements

    2. 49.

    3. 50.

    4. 51.

  7. PART 6 Money and Valuables and Research

    1. 52.Money and valuables

    2. 53.

    3. 54.

    4. 55.

    5. 56.

    6. 57.

    7. 58.

    8. 59.

    9. 60.Research

    10. 61.Definitions for the purpose of Part 6

  8. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Statutory Forms

  9. Explanatory Note

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